sublimator wrote:Sublime is *great*, pretty much rock solid, almost never crashes and the times it does ( usually while developing a dodgy plugin *cough* ) you are extremely unlikely to actually have lost anything thanks to sessions and auto-saving. Superlatives! Etc etc. I could go on but you get the point and it would be preaching to the choir.
However, it doesn't seem to have as many users as it deserves. How did an editor like TextMate explode in popularity? Right place, right time? At one point I did some reading about the history of TextMate and I got the impression that, as well as being a nifty little editor, at the time there were many users with no `home`. Lot's of little niches for TextMate to flow into.
Where are the users with no `home` on windows? What's the right place at this time?
Users of CJK fonts seem to be having a rough time of it. That seems like an untapped well worth targeting.
Users will come no worries, they will then wonder why in hell they didn't find sublime before