I’ve been experimenting with Sublime Text lately. I’m not sure yet if I’m going to give up Vim, but there are some aspects of Sublime Text that I really like. Opening new files is very fast — just hit
ctrl-p and type some letters from the file. The file will be open before you know what happened, even if it’s in a subdirectory.
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I’ve been looking for some good themes for Sublime Text. I haven’t found the perfect one yet, but here are some that are usable for the moment. Continue reading Good Sublime Text Themes and How to Install Them