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Sublime Text 2 Tips and Tricks (Updated)

Sublime Text 2 Tips and Tricks (Updated)
Sublime Text 2 is one of the fastest and most incredible code editors to be released in a long time! With a community and plugin ecosystem as passionate as this one, it just might be impossible for any other editor to catch up. I'll show you my favorite tips and tricks today. Sublime Text 2 is currently available for all major platforms: OS X, Linux and Windows. 1 - Bleeding Edge Versions Sublime is in active development. Download a dev build of Sublime 2 here. 2 - Get a Better Icon Update: here is a better icon. In its defense, Sublime Text 2 is still in a beta state. To integrate it, you need to replace the existing "Sublime Text 2.icns" file with this new one. Please take note of the fact that, if you're using the frequently updated development version of Sublime Text, with each update, the icon will be removed. 3 - Access the Command Palette Similar to TextMate, we can use Sublime's command palette by accessing the Tools menu, or by pressing Shift + Command + P, on the Mac. 8 - Alignment

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PixelFonts · starmelt/craftyjstut Wiki Important Note: There is a separate github repository for the SpriteText component: If you want to use SpriteText for your projects, make sure you you take it from there, as I will not merge enhancements/updates/bugfixes from there back into the tutorial version. The tutorial version is meant to explain the basic idea and should remain simple. PixelFonts There are some very nice looking Pixel Fonts out there, coming from the Amiga or Atari demo scenes, for example. 10 Shocking Secrets of Flight Attendants by Heather Poole Heather Poole has worked for a major carrier for more than 15 years and is the author of Cruising Attitude: Tales of Crashpads, Crew Drama, and Crazy Passengers at 35,000 Feet. We begged Poole to reveal 10 workplace secrets. (In return, we promised to buy her something nice from SkyMall.) You know all that preflight time where we’re cramming bags into overhead bins?

Sublime Text 2: Tips for moving over I’m a long time Coda user. A few months ago I, like everyone else, decided to switch over to vim. I really liked Vim but just couldn’t get the hang of it for whatever reason. After shamefully crawling back to Coda, I found myself realizing that Coda fell short in a few areas.

Documentation - Developers Interface Each Pokki app has four interface elements that users may interact with; Icon – an icon located in the Pokki area of the user's taskbar. Clicking on this icon opens and closes your app. App window – a window which is displayed when the user clicks on your app’s icon. This is the primary interaction point for your application.

Sublime Text 2 more sublime with a drop of Dropbox · January 19, 2012, 9:19 pm · 12 comments · Filed under: Coda, Web Development Among its many great features, one of the cool things about ST2 is the licensing terms. Buy a license and you can use it on as many machines as you like. HTML5 as a gaming platform Hype The Markup Language HTML5 is the new shiny thing, and there's a lot of evangelism going on about it. The improvement process is rapid (too much so? that's another blog post), and browser vendors are trying to get the game makers in bed with them, some with means of money, some with fame.

Progeria Progeria (pronunciation: /proʊˈdʒɪəriə/[1][2]) (Hutchinson–Gilford progeria syndrome,[3][4] HGPS, progeria syndrome[4]) is an extremely rare genetic disorder wherein symptoms resembling aspects of aging are manifested at a very early age. Progeria is one of several progeroid syndromes. The word progeria comes from the Greek words "pro" (πρό), meaning "before" or "premature", and "gēras" (γῆρας), meaning "old age". The disorder has a very low incidence rate, occurring in an estimated 1 per 8 million live births.[5] Those born with progeria typically live to their mid teens to early twenties.[6][7] It is a genetic condition that occurs as a new mutation, and is rarely inherited, as patients usually do not live to reproduce. Although the term progeria applies strictly speaking to all diseases characterized by premature aging symptoms, and is often used as such, it is often applied specifically in reference to Hutchinson–Gilford progeria syndrome (HGPS). Signs and symptoms[edit]

Sublime Text 2 for Ruby Matz has said he wants Ruby to be the “80% language”, the ideal tool for 80% of software development. After switching from TextMate to Sublime Text 2 (ST2) a few months ago, I believe it’s the “80% editor”. You should switch to it, especially if you’re using TextMate. Why Sublime Text 2? Speed. It’s got the responsiveness of Vim/Emacs but in a full GUI environment.

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