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kvendrik
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I have been used: Notepad++ and Komodo Edit, but now my favorite is Sublime Text 2. I love it!
Hey!, Yes I just bought Sublime Text 2 – And well how do you display your code in a web browser? Example: Google Chrome
Well, this is not possible… yet, as I know. You have to load your code yourself.

Well this is possible using the SideBarEnhancements plugin as digitalimpact said earlier. :)

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Ornlu
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JetBrains PHPStorm 8-)

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navigator
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I have been used: Notepad++ and Komodo Edit, but now my favorite is Sublime Text 2. I love it!
Hey!, Yes I just bought Sublime Text 2 – And well how do you display your code in a web browser? Example: Google Chrome

Read: http://www.sublimetext.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=2&t=5156 it works. Hope that this will help you ;)

Don’t worry, you are made a good choice with Sublime. This article by Jeffrey Way can be helpful too: http://net.tutsplus.com/tutorials/tools-and-tips/sublime-text-2-tips-and-tricks/

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Crakken
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I have been used: Notepad++ and Komodo Edit, but now my favorite is Sublime Text 2. I love it!
Hey!, Yes I just bought Sublime Text 2 – And well how do you display your code in a web browser? Example: Google Chrome
Well, this is not possible… yet, as I know. You have to load your code yourself.
Well this is possible using the SideBarEnhancements plugin as digitalimpact said earlier. :)

Didn’t know that! Thanks for tip. ;)

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Ttpmc
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+1 for Sublime Text 2 You should definitely try it :)

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Australia
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I use sublime 2 , its fantastic for find and replace of entire blocks of code. One of its best features, like having grep in your own ide.

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wickedpixel
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I think I will take a look at that sublime text… but, at the moment, I’m pretty good with Aptana Studio 3. Free open source thing. I have a year or so working with it and we pretty much like each other :)


I also worked with CodeLobster before… but Aptana seems better.

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Crakken
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I always liked the fact that a text editor is dark… it makes you feel professional, more productive, your eyes work less on the color scheme and I think it’s one of the reasons I chose Sublime Text 2.

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cippo
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I used to love n++ then I found Sublime Text 2 which was ok but not for me and recently I’ve discovered Visual Studio from MS (http://www.microsoft.com/visualstudio/11/en-us) and it seems pretty nice :)

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fillerspace
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I use Eclipse. Very customizable, and it is great for OOP .

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