Its the time of the year where, for my part, I have to prepare a wish list for both my birthday in the beginning of December and Christmas – which I actually kinda like doing.
Most of my family live in the other end of the country, and we don’t see each other as much as we all would like us to, which sometimes can make it hard to find presents for each other. Therefore I each year make my wish list early.
It is no surprise that summer is over in Denmark – and I already miss it!
The following is a playlist called Sommeren 2013 (Danish for: The summer of 2013) that I’ve collaboratively created with a bunch of friends. The playlist perfectly reflects the mood during the summer of 2013 – What an awesome summer!
For a long period of time I was a great advocate for the text editor Espresso ($75) by MacRabbit, because I liked the look and feel of the application, and the functionalities fitted my needs. However since I started at a new job in May 2013, I was introduced to Sublime Text 2 ($70), switched to using it instantly, and haven’t regretted the switch.
Sublime Text is a light-weight text editor with great performance. It is an awesome all-around editor that works well for markup, coding, scription and text in general.
The creators of Sublime Text refers to it as “The text editor you’ll fall in love with“, and they are absolutely right.
Tips and tricks
The following is a list of tips and tricks that I use frequently:
Alt + [ click & drag ]: Selects the text that is inside the dragged rectangle.
[ select a phrase ] → CMD + D: Selects the next occurrence of the selected phrase.
CMD + Shift + F: Search every file open within the current Sublime Text window.
CMD + P: Makes you search for and switch to any open file.
CMD + R: Makes you search for and jump to any function within a file.
CMD + Alt + 2: Split-screen mode ideal for comparing files (It is possible to use the numbers from 1 to 5 – 1 is normal view).