Philipp 6 years ago 0
Sublime 2 looks a lot like Chrome which I appreciate very much.

However, because the two look alike, I also expect Sublime to work like Chrome in many regards.
For example:

CMD + t should open an empty document in a new tab
CMD + n should open an empty document in a new window
Dragging the last tab from an empty window should close it

When I close a tab, the next tab should slide over so that its close button is exactly where the close button of the previous tab was (Chrome does this). Right now, when I want to close multiple tabs, I have to reposition my cursor after each click. This is not optimal.

There is probably a lot more that Sublime could learn from Chrome. An "app store" for user generated extensions would be great as well.