Hotkey for Sublime text 2+
If your a programmer and you like to use Sublime text to edit your code in UBUNTU, I got one for you.
In the Unity toolbar, go to System settings ➡ Keyboard ➡ Shortcuts
Now the box of shortcuts will appear. To make this in a clean way, go at the bottom element from the list, called Custom shortcuts.
Click on the + (plus) sign. Now type whatever you want in the name, I typed Sublime editor. And this is the important part. At command, type /opt/sublime_text/sublime_text.
NOTE THAT IF IT’S AN EARLY VERSION, THE DIRECTORY WILL BE /OPT/SUBLIME/SUBLIME_TEXT
and now click on the right side (2nd column) to specify your hotkey. I added mine to CTRL+ALT+E (from Editor). It’s easier to remember, havin the CTRL+ALT+T for Terminal.
And that’s it, enjoy your developing, programming or whatever you do ! 🙂
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