@ivor, yeah I went with Sublime too and it is great indeed, but it is not really free. I mean it is a trial version, right? I still haven’t purchased my license, but I will soon The only thing I miss(ed) from Notepad++ is FTP client, but I’ve purchased Transmit app which can mount FTP folders as regular local ones which is even better.
ST3 has packages for literally everything, you just need to install the Package Manager. Check this out: http://wbond.net/sublime_packages/sftp
Sublime Text is free, you can pay if you want but all the features work the same in the free version. https://www.quora.com/What-are-the-benefits-to-paying-for-a-Sublime-Text-registration
I have a question for iMac users… Does your iMac still works smoothly after few years? And a question for new Mac users: was transition from windows to osx hard?
Where are you based? With your budget I think you could buy the base 5K iMac and max it out to 32GB of RAM and replace the hard drive for a 512 SSD.
I bought a new MBP a few months ago but my iMac 21.5” late 2009 is still very smooth, SSDs make a huge difference.
I’ve just purchased MacBook Pro month ago and I don’t regret it. The transition from Win was pretty smooth, except the one issue with OSX and that that most decent apps are not free. I was also a happy Notepad++ user on Win, so I was very disappointed that there just isn’t comparable good FREE app on OSX. But other than that, I am happy with both Mac and OSX.
I was also a fan of Notepad++ back in the day but Sublime Text 3 is free on OS X and Win and it’s a lot better in my opinion. ST is one of the most flexible editors out there and a lot of authors will agree with me.
SecondLine saidReview team had been busy with recent security updates related to prettyPhoto XSS issue.
No disrespect/anger whatsoever, but I see some kind of irregularities in the reviewing process..
On June 27 – 16 items were reviewed Between June 28th and July 1st, 20 items were reviewed.Looks like it dropped significantly or am I totally missing something here? What’s Envato’s “optimal” release rate for WP themes for instance? 5-10 items per day or way less?
^ This is the main reason. Please be patient while we get things back to normal.
Can anyone can recommend a pre paid sim without a contract? I need mainly a data plan and it should work on the east and west side
I always use T-Mobile when I visit US and I have no complains: http://www.t-mobile.com/cell-phone-plans/mobile-internet.html — The last time I paid $60 + Nano-SIM + tax.
You can go to any T-Mobile shop and ask there.
PS: Though I think Verizon has better data coverage.