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

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Andy Triggs 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 0
Perhaps combine the 32 bit and 64 bit versions into one package - I run it from my Dropbox on multiple machines.
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Indy 7 years ago • updated by Oktay Acikalin 7 years ago 1
Whenever a new file is opened, it should use the syntax of the last opened file.

The reason is that mostly one is working with a particular language. And in that case, creating a new file is usually for that language.
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spark010 7 years ago • updated by atomi 6 years ago 4
Firstly can I just say what a superb editor Sublime is! Very impressive indeed. :D

Q: Are there any plans to support EXT JS 3/4 and CFML(Coldfusion)?
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cz 7 years ago • updated by Tom Scott 6 years ago 3
Let user optionally choose to use Ruby instead of Python for the ctrl+~ console.
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David Roman 5 years ago in Plugin announcements 0

A c/c++ compiler or pre-configured settings for real projects would be very awesome for a lot of developers! :D


Except if someone know how to configure ST2 for real big projects with a lot of references files. :)

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Chris Hulbert 7 years ago • updated by Richard Hurt 7 years ago 3
A shortcut to re-indent your code intelligently like ctrl+K,D does in Visual Studio, and Eclipse does.
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asmodai 7 years ago • updated by ybakos 6 years ago 1
Having both ST 1.4 and ST2 alpha pinned on my taskbar in Windows 7 is not helped by the fact that the icon for ST2 is indistinguishable from ST1. Some hint in the icon that it's 2 would help those of us who run them side-by-side.
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Kevin Menard 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 0
It'd be great if Sublime Text 2 had a way of adding itself to the desktop menu entries list on Linux systems.  The JetBrains tools do this, for example, and it makes it a lot easier to launch the app.
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aristidesfl 6 years ago • updated 6 years ago 4

When you paste some text on top of a different piece of text, the selection gets replaced by the pasted text, and this is useful.


If the pasted text is equal to the selected text, nothing happens, thus not useful. 
 
What I purpose is to smarten up this behavior by evoking the duplicate command (super+shift+d) when the selected text is equal to the pasted text. 

This would allow for people to use Copy+Paste instead of having to learn a new shortcut (super+shift+d).

This ability would extend also to duplicate line should this related feature  get implemented along.
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Sergey Prymak 5 years ago • updated by Iulius Curt 5 years ago 1
Please make it possible to open first opened tabs by Ctrl+{tab number} shortcut.