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Sublime Text 3 on my OS X 10.9 suffers from significant typing lag.

Before I start start removing installed packages, I would like to ask if disabling a package (adding it to the ignored_packages list) prevents it from being loaded into memory.

IF that is the case then I can safely disable packages rather than remove them, which is is a greater hassle.

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Disabling Packages

To temporarily disable packages, you can add them to the ignored_packages list in your Packages/User/Preferences.sublime-settings file. Packages will be loaded or unloaded as needed when the settings file is saved.

Source: Sublime Text Unofficial Documentation

To answer your question. Yes, you can try disabling packages to single out the one causing your performance issues; without uninstalling any of the packages.

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