The latest beta build of Sublime Text 3 added a new way to define syntax definitions. It still supports the TextMate .tmLanguage definitions but now adds a uniquely Sublime Text method. At first glance it seems very powerful. Version 3 of Sublime Text is coming along quickly now and still has some surprises cooking.
Let's try an experiment. Rather than post a huge number of keyboard shortcuts all at once, I'll let you follow along as I wear new patterns into my brain. Sounds gross, right? It is.
This week's set of keyboard shortcuts are for Sublime Text and code folding ...
The PlainTasks plugin for Sublime Text is a terrific tool for working with plain text task management. It supports many aspects of the TaskPaper format and now adds relative due date parsing.
On any task, type d then ⇥ to insert an @due() tag with the cursor ready to enter a ...
A nice intro lecture about Sublime Text features (embedded below).
In Jeff's posts, he highlights his awkward dance with Sublime Text and how he settled into it by replacing a bunch of other applications ...
In consideration of this week's Technical Difficulties Vim episode:
If you use Sublime Text, you can turn on "vintage" mode to enable vi/vim like keybindings. Sublime is overflowing with keybinding options so it's not too surprising.
The Vintageous plugin takes it many steps further.
For a demo ...
I've written about this Sublime Text plugin before but it keeps getting better. Beyond the basics, like sending notes from ST3 to Evernote, this plugin will also list, download and convert to Markdown for editing. Two way syncing and editing of Evernote meta data likes tags is also supported ...
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