Sublime Text 2 is a text editor for OS X, Linux and Windows, currently in beta.
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Documents written in Asian languages (CJK) frequently come with DBC cases (numbers and alphabets that are visually double wider: １２３ＡＢＣ), which can not be easily mapped by regular expression. It would be convenient by integrating an menu option to interconvert numbers or alphabets between SBC and DBC cases.
Add ability to map up, down left and right arrows as keyboard shortcuts. For example ctrl+i = up, ctrl + k = down, etc. I was able to do this with PHPStorm editor and I really loved this feature because I didn't have to move my hands away from the main keyboard area to move the cursor.
Jon Skinner 7 years ago
All key bindings are configurable - take a look through the default key bindings from the preferences menu
Would like to highlight a section of code (or a couple of lines) -- and see the version history of the selected code (not the whole file) -- also don't want to do undo a bunch of times to get back to where I was (as this also modifies other unrelated sections that may have been modified in the meantime. Would require some sort of built-in hidden versioning.
sometimes i really need to edit something remotely, and mount some ssh\ftp servers as folder. In sublime i cant delete any file, folders have really long response time, and saving file is really long.. fix it please
It would be quite nice if the "go to symbol" functionality accessed via cmd/ctrl-r would also locate data and type definitions in Haskell. Discarding complicated language extensions, I think it would be possible to just look for code of the form:
data name1 = ...
type name2 = ...
newtype name3 = ...
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