Three Months with Sublime [Link]

July 24, 2012 by Gabe | [mmd] | ℳ↫

I really great overview of Sublime Text 2 by Steve Randy Tantra. No less than 7 videos of the core Sublime Text features.

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  1. Sublime Text Bookmarks

    July 22, 2012 by Gabe | [mmd] |

    This is another installment of my series on using Sublime Text for writing. It applies to coding too, but I'm going to examine the functionality from the perspective of a writer.1

    Bookmarks in Sublime Text are similar to Markers in BBEdit. They are as the name implies, marks ...

  2. Sublime Text Macro to Open a Folder

    July 22, 2012 by Gabe | [mmd] |

    This macro requires the Sublime Text CLI to be configured. I followed the instructions here with a minor modification. Keyboard Maestro does not recognize the command in usr/local/bin so I created it in /usr/bin:

    sudo ln -s /Applications/Sublime\ Text\ 2.app/Contents/SharedSupport/bin/subl /usr ...
  3. Dictionary Macro

    July 13, 2012 by Gabe | [mmd] |

    As pointed out in the comments to this post about using Sublime Text to write, it's annoying that it will not use the OS X spell checker and dictionary built into other text editors.

    For example, here's the dictionary lookup in NVAlt:

    Sublime Text 2? Not so much ...

  4. Sublime Text Section Navigation

    July 09, 2012 by Gabe | [mmd] |

    Markdown Headers

    Inside any Markdown document, hit ⌘-P (ctrl-P on Windows) and type "@" to get a list of headings.1 Start typing a word in a heading to have the list narrowed. Click a heading to jump to it.

    Jump to Word

    type "#" after ⌘-P to get a list of ...

  5. Sublime Text For Writing

    July 08, 2012 by Gabe | [mmd] |

    Make Sublime Text 2 a better writing environment with two small plugins.

    Install the WordCount plugin

    and the WordHighlight plugin.

  6. A Couple of Sublime Text Tips

    July 08, 2012 by Gabe | [mmd] |

    I'm thrilled with the current state of text editors. There is a wealth of excellent applications on Mac, PC and iOS for working with plain text files. On the PC and ocassionally the Mac1, I use Sublime Text (previous post). ST2 is extremely powerful. For someone with the ...