bmatthewshea wrote: imo you can't beat a single mouse click for any keyboard mapping.
What?! This is an editor, so you have your hands constantly on the keyboard. And you want to tell me that moving your hand away from keyboard to mouse and targeting a small icon is actually faster than hitting Ctrl+S? I doubt it. There is a reason for vim still being popular these days. Nothing beats keyboard handling in efficiency and productivity.
I like Sublime without toolbar because it encourages you to learn keyboard shortcuts, which makes you much more productive in the end!
That's your opinion and I respect it., but I have my reasons just like you have yours.
But that wasn't my point:
I use keyboard shortcuts, too. But, I also happen to use toolbar frequently (click for new file/etc) during the course of my 12 hour days...
Still don't know why the option was removed from View menu.
As I said (and I will repeat): keep it defaulted 'unchecked' under View menu, then. Is that so painful??
As aside- I also love how I have to use SHIFT-ALT-W to wrap a html tag now. Just don't use CTRL in that combo by accident.
(You use to be able to ' "tag" + tab ' to wrap most any tag. Not any more .. because it is 'improved'. Shift+Alt+W gives you a <p>. Joy.)
Guess I will just stick with ST1 - don't see a good reason to 'improve' it right now.