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Sublime Text 3 Dev Build 3160 (x86/x64)

Sublime Text 3 Dev Build 3160 (x86/x64)
Sublime Text 3 Dev Build 3160 (x86/x64)


Sublime Text is a comprehensive text editor that supports plain text and programming languages (including HTML), and it is the portable version of Sublime Text. The user-friendly interface has a modern-looking design that is highly customizable. This means that you can control the font size and color scheme used within the program. In addition to that, you can also hide or reveal certain tabs and tool bars. A search function is available throughout the text and for files. You may switch to full screen mode, customize the layout (e.g. columns, grid), enable syntax highlighting (e.g. Perl, PHP, SQL, XML), use a spell checker, as well as record and save macros, among many other options.

In order to make some of the software utility’s options more accessible, a huge number of shortcut keyboards is available, such as “Ctrl+L” to select an entire line, “Ctrl+E” so as to use a specific selection in the search, and open the Command Palette with “Ctrl+Shift+P”. Seeing that this is a portable version, it means that installing Portable Sublime Text to the hard drive is not required. You can copy the program to any location on the HDD, or even to a portable device such as a USB flash drive, therefore enabling you to use the app on any computer that you have access to. In addition to that, no new keys are going to be added to the Windows registry, nor to the Start screen.

Syntax highlighting is available for a myriad of languages such as C#, HTML, Java, LaTeX, PHP, Python and Perl.

A search tool is integrated in the word processing application, so that you can easily look for certain words. You can enable case sensitive, look only for matching words, and so on.

Sublime Text has a good response time and minimal impact on system performance, using a very low amount of CPU and RAM. No error dialogs were shown in our tests, and the app did not hang or crash. Thanks to its modern interface and myriad of advanced options, Sublime Text should please experienced users who are looking for an all-around text editor.

To sum up, Sublime Text is easy to work with, as long as you happen to be an advanced user. The modern interface, powerful search capabilities and large numbers of options make this software utility a smart acquisition.

Fixed a crash regression in 3158
Windows: Fixed a Build System regression with cmd based build systems
Added support for Windows 10 (and 8.1) per-monitor DPI scaling
Added Git Formats package for Git config files and use as core.editor, with thanks to Ryan Boehning and deathaxe
Added font_options for controlling ligatures and stylistic sets
Added support for case-sensitive file systems on Macs
File system notifications on Linux and Windows now account for symlinks (and Windows junctions)
Linux file system notification now only requires a single inotify instance
Improved handling of symlinks in the sidebar, including additions and removals
Symlinks no longer have an expand arrow in the sidebar, but have a "Reveal Link Source" context menu entry
Selections now render by default with true rounded corners
Added color scheme options for selection border width, corner style and radius
Selection background and border now support alpha channels
Fixed a bug in where a phantom at the beginning of a line could cause syntax highlighting issues
Tab width is now properly measured for proportional fonts
Improved rendering and selection of emojis in the editor control
Fixed some issues with loading fonts on Windows, including .fon fonts
Fixed a crash on Macs when a window was closed and later the system switched GPUs
Double-clicking a themed title bar on Mac now performs the default system action
Reduced the number of file stats operations on Mac
Context menus on Linux no long cause the editor control to be focused when closed
Improved exec build target handling of killing child processes
Add support for binary_file_patterns, index_exclude_patterns and index_include_patterns to .sublime-project files
index_exclude_patterns and index_include_patterns can now match full paths instead of just filename
Fixed a bug on Linux where some ultra-wide ligatures would have the left edge clipped off
shell_environment is now ensured to be loaded before plugin_loaded() is called on plugins
Fixed a bug where regions added through the API may not be properly applied when one of the regions ends at the beginning of the first line in the viewport
Various syntax highlighting improvements
API: Fix EventListener.on_activated_async() not being called for views when the editor starts
API: Add ViewEventListener.on_activated() and ViewEventListener.on_activated_async() to be called for views when the editor starts
API: The Python ssl module will now negotiate TLS 1.2, 1.1 or 1.0 with the `PROTOCOL_TLSv1` constant
API: Updated Python to 3.3.7, SQLite to 3.22.0, and OpenSSL to 1.0.2n


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