Sublime Text 2 is a text editor for OS X, Linux and Windows, currently in beta.

rainki 2 years ago • updated by Matthew Rath 2 weeks ago 91

I wish use programming ligatures font like FiraCode in Sublime improve visual performance.

But haven't found the way.

Σωτήρης Φραγκίσκος 7 years ago • updated by Franklin Yu 9 months ago 10
Please provide full documentation for this otherwise excellent piece of software... it's just incomplete and inaccessible without it
Geoffrey Hasson 5 years ago • updated by piclufunny 2 years ago 1
Any plans for a Quick-Edit feature like or does it already exist? Thank you.
Mahmoud Mohamed 5 years ago • updated by mehdi dziri 6 months ago 8
Support for Arabic Language "RTL" , Please
Sublime Text 2 is just perfect but there is now support for "rtl" languages like Arabic and look like this :
iandennismiller 7 years ago • updated by Piotr Kalinowski 5 years ago 11
I love Python, and I love TextMate. It's like you gutted the nasty innards of TextMate and replaced it with a domain-specific python REPL - and it TOTALLY works.
Russell Keith-Magee 7 years ago • updated by Stephen Bolton 11 months ago 13
Adding small, simple icons to project tree entries would make it easier to visually differentiate between folders and files. Making folder names bold would be an added bonus.
Michael Bleigh 5 years ago • updated by 5 years ago 8
I love SublimeText and so do many other developers. We also love building on open source toolchains. Now that TextMate is open source I find myself strongly wishing that Sublime would be so as well.

My guess is that you'd be able to get whatever you wanted from the community (do a Kickstarter or other funding campaign, etc) in return for opening up. Think about it!
Metin Amiroff 7 years ago • updated by Cees Timmerman 2 years ago 13
Indentation lines/guides make it extremely easy to see code at a glance. Especially when working with languages that depend on indentation, like Python.

Jon Skinner 6 years ago

 This was added in build 2111

Jordi Boggiano 7 years ago • updated by Jon Skinner 5 years ago 32
It should be possible to perform search & replace operations across all files (just like the search in files dialog works) - if possible with a preview mode, but it's not mandatory.. That's why we have version control after all :)
Jon Skinner 6 years ago
This was added in 2139
Aleksandr Makov 6 years ago • updated by Tim Johnston 5 years ago 12

The most of advanced code editors (IntelliJ IDEA, Eclipse, etc...) index a full project structure giving us abilities to:

- go to a file where declaration of current variable, constant or other entity is declared  Goto Declaration 
- include variables and/or files at certain points of code by auto-completing the variables/entities/filenames with paths  Project-Wide Auto Completion 
- all other advantages of project indexing go here...

And it could be optional so that "Goto Declaration" and "Project-Wide Auto Completion" can look within indices, within files by performing standard search, or be completely turned off.

Vote if you find it useful.