tml wrote:I bought a copy of sublime a few months back, and just wanted to chime in here - printing, especially "pretty printing", is a high priority for me as a user. As it stands, the lack of a print in Sublime means I have to use different editor even though I prefer Sublime.
I understood Sublime to be a text editor, not a code editor. There's a lot more kinds of text than code, including articles, fiction, grocery lists, notes, applications, half-written texts...
Sublime is elegant and fast, and I'd prefer to buy and use it. But until it can print, I'll stick with Notepad++ (which is free, and can print).