kane_t wrote:I think I can help you get Open With/default editor working. The problem is that the Sublime Text uninstaller doesn't remove a particular registry entry referring to Sublime Text 2's sublime_text.exe, which prevents Windows from adding an entry for Sublime Text 3's sublime_text.exe.
To correct it manually, open regedit and navigate to Computer\HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT\Applications\, find the sublime_text.exe entry, and delete it. You should now be able to set Sublime Text 3 as the default editor for anything you want.
Today I finally got around to updating from ST2 to 3, and this issue was driving me crazy. Thank you for the fix. I'd have given up in frustration probably. Thank you so much!