Sublime Text Editor – User Preference Setting

If you working in any editor, you would like to set the environment as you want. And in Sublime Text you can set your preferences in a easy way.

– Go to Preferences > Settings – User  and put the below preferences. You can also tweak the settings by blocking/unblocking the setting by double front slash (//) and see the magic 🙂

**keep all settings within curly brackets. And here is my settings 😉

{
“bold_folder_labels”: true, // set the sidebar’s folder name to bold
“caret_style”: “phase”,
“wide_caret”: true, // set the cursor
“color_scheme”: “Packages/User/SublimeLinter/Monokai (SL).tmTheme”,
“fade_fold_buttons”: false,
“font_size”: 11, // set font size of the editor
“tab_size”: 4, // set the tab size to 4 space
“highlight_line”: true, // highlight the line
“highlight_modified_tabs”: true, // highlight the (file) tab if the file is modify/edit
“ignored_packages”:
[

// ignore packages going here
//”Vintage”
],
“line_padding_bottom”: 1, // set the bottom padding of each line
“line_padding_top”: 1, // set the top padding of each line
“word_wrap”: true // set the word wrapper to true to stop horizontal scrolling
}

Let me know your settings in comment.

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