Create your own rules in Packages/User/ApplySyntax.sublime-settings. The easiest way to get started is to just copy the default settings file found in Packages/ApplySyntax/ApplySyntax.sublime-settings to your user directory and modify it to meet your needs. Make sure you rename the default_syntaxes key to just syntaxes. If you don't, you will overwrite the default syntaxes and they will not work.
// Put your custom syntax rules here:
skuroda wrote:You can also open a file wit the proper extension and use the "Open all with current extension..." menu. That being said, if you want to modify the syntax (or really any packaged plugin directly) and not worry about placing the files correctly
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