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SynWrite has Ctrl+Tab window like this (option must be On)


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CodeKit works like a charm; Simply open up your Sass/HTML/JS in Sublime Text, then run CodeKit. Drag and drop your source folder into CodeKit, hit Preview and voila – it compiles and update all changes while giving you a live preview.


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This blog post describes using a utility called RegisterFont to add fonts as a regular user. I downloaded the .ttf files I wanted (Liberation Mono looks great in Sublime on all 3 supported platforms), put them in the same directory as as RegisterFont.exe, then created a batch file: @echo off RegisterFont.exe add LiberationMono-Regular.ttf ...


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Just to answer the main question of how to assign multiple key combinations to a command: Open Preferences -> Key Bindings-User and, if the file is empty, add the following: [ { "keys": ["ctrl+x", "ctrl+s"], "command": "save" } ] To add additional key bindings, just put a comma , after the closing curly brace } and add your new binding on the next ...


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Reference Making Sublime Text more Emacs awesome : The reasoning behind writing these set of functions is that we love Emacs, however, the UI doesn't feel as snappy as other Mac apps. On the other hand we cannot move to another editor since many of those hyped editors share that they don't provide the keybindings we love and embraced over time. ...


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On Windows you can make Autohotkey to make some of the sublime tricks (like select or move line, snippets, etc). On Mac you may use Automator. I'm sure that there are Linux equivalents for this. However, you may have some weird conflicts (e.g. ctrl+L is for Levels in photoshop), but with some level of fiddling, you may get something out of this. Multiple ...


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Use the Package Control website. You can search for packages in a number of ways, and view their associated README documents. Other information provided includes version compatibility, links to source on Github or other repositories, links to issues, the ability to donate to the author, package popularity information, including a graph of the number of ...


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Same here at a German Keyboard Layout with QWERTZ. Solution: Preferences > Key Bindings - User Add those: { "keys": ["ctrl+alt+0"], "command": "insert", "args": {"characters": "}"} }, { "keys": ["ctrl+alt+8"], "command": "insert", "args": {"characters": "["} }, { "keys": ["ctrl+alt+9"], "command": "insert", "args": {"characters": "]"} },


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First off, your PATH should only contain directories, not specific files, so the "default_extend_env" value should be /home/user/.rubies/ruby-1.9.3-p547/bin. However, there is a way to create a menu option to run PRY with the ruby binary in that directory. Open your Packages/User directory by selecting Preferences -> Browse Packages..., then entering the ...


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.sublime-macro files are in JSON format, and they can be edited directly in Sublime. If you want specialized syntax highlighting, install the AAAPackageDev package from Package Control, along with the Neon Color Scheme (full disclosure: I'm Neon's maintainer). Macros are executed all at once - there is no way to "slow them down". You could conceivably write ...


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Sublime usually recognizes the file's syntax based on it's file extension: Try saving it with an appropriate extension - e.g. for PHP highlighting save it as yourfilename.php If this doesn't work, you can manually set the syntax for the file: In the application menu, go to View > Syntax and select the desired highlighting mode.



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