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Setting Sublimetest 2 as your default editor on OSX

Postby JamieKeithFrench on Thu Oct 18, 2012 8:45 am

Hi guys,

I'm new to apple and have always used notepad++ on a windows platform when editing snippets of HTML and CSS.

I have a macbook pro running OSX mountain lion. I was given a copy of coda buy a friend but i haven't got on with it very well. Now by default coda is set to open all my text documents. How can i change this so sublime does it instead.

Cheers
Jamie
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Re: Setting Sublimetest 2 as your default editor on OSX

Postby quarnster on Thu Oct 18, 2012 10:25 am

Right click file in finder, select "show info". Go to the "Open with" section and select Sublime Text 2 then click the "change all" button.
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Re: Setting Sublimetest 2 as your default editor on OSX

Postby JamieKeithFrench on Thu Oct 18, 2012 11:19 am

Thanks!

Much appreciated :)
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