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Since I'm running Sublime Text 3 (Build 3126), in Windows 10 Pro, I can't say for sure if this will work exactly the same for you, but the steps in Windows are as follows:
Preferences -> Settings
In the new dual-pane window that opens, the tab on the right is labeled
Preferences.sublime-settings-User. If that file does not contain any text, just paste the following, save the file, and close it:
If that file already contains text, either change the value of the existing
hot_exit setting from
true, or add the
"hot_exit": true line above (without the curly braces). Use commas to separate that line from the lines immediately before and after it. For more information on working with Settings in Sublime Text 3, see the documentation.
Here's the full description of the
hot_exit setting, from the
Preferences.sublime-settings-Default file (which should not be modified, that's why the above-mentioned
Preferences.sublime-settings-User file exists):
// Exiting the application with hot_exit enabled will cause it to close
// immediately without prompting. Unsaved modifications and open files will
// be preserved and restored when next starting.
// Closing a window with an associated project will also close the window
// without prompting, preserving unsaved changes in the workspace file
// alongside the project.