Install Sublime Text 3 On Ubuntu Using Terminal

Install Sublime Text 3 Ubuntu using Terminal. Sublime Text Editor 3 brings a refreshed UI theme, new color schemes, and a new icon. Some of the other highlights are big syntax highlighting improvements, touch input support on Windows, Touch Bar support on macOS, and apt/yum/pacman repositories for Linux.

Sublime Text 3 Features

  • Refreshed UI theme, including full high DPI support
  • New icon
  • Added alternate theme, Adaptive, that inherits colors from the color scheme
  • Added new color schemes Breakers, Mariana and Sixteen, derived from the excellent work of Chris Kempson and Dmitri Voronianski
  • Added color scheme and theme switchers with live preview via the command palette
  • Windows: Added touch input
  • Linux: Added repositories for apt, yum and pacman
  • Mac: Added Touch Bar support
  • Mac: Support for custom color window title bars on OS X 10.10+
  • Many additions and bug fixes to the theme engine, plus full documentation
  • Significant improvements to Markdown syntax highlighting, with thanks to keith-hall
  • Significant improvements to C# syntax highlighting, with thanks to gwenzek
  • Significant improvements to Java syntax highlighting, with thanks to djspiewak
  • Significant improvements to Python syntax highlighting, with thanks to FichteFoll
  • Significant improvements for R syntax highlighting, with thanks to randy3k
  • Markdown: Improved symbol handling
  • C#: Improved symbol handling
  • Many other syntax highlighting improvements
  • Various bugs with the syntax highlighting engine have been resolved
  • Fixed several crash issues
  • Improved responsiveness when the system is under high CPU load
  • High DPI textures are used on Windows and Linux when the DPI scale is greater than 1.0
  • Improved font selection on all platforms, allowing selection of different weights by name
  • Added setting theme_font_options to control font rendering of UI elements
  • Improved auto indent rules for HTML and PHP
  • Font geometry issues that prevent bold or italics are now printed in the console
  • Fixed flash-of-white that could occur when the auto complete window is closed
  • Disable scroll animation when animation_enabled is false in settings
  • Files can now be renamed when only the case has changed
  • New windows start with an empty find history
  • Find in Files panel now responds to find_all and replace_all commands
  • Various regex handling improvements in the Find panel
  • Fixed text widgets cutting off the bottom pixel of their selection border
  • Fixed an issue with close_windows_when_empty in empty session
  • Fixed empty panes on startup when hot_exit was set to false
  • Fix Open Containing Folder on Windows with a folder containing a comma
  • Fix multi-cursor pasting when clipboard contains one or more full lines
  • Prevent UNC paths from being mangled by edit_settings
  • Prevent a crash when a malformed regex is used in indentation settings
  • Improved rendering performance with a large number of gutter icons
  • Gutter icons are now sized properly on Windows and Linux high DPI screens
  • Improved sidebar performance when folders contain many thousands of files
  • Improved inline error message style
  • Fixed an issue where multiple indexing status windows could be shown
  • Windows: Font rendering defaults to DirectWrite unless using Consolas or Courier New
  • Windows: Added support for no_antialias font option when using DirectWrite
  • Windows: Improved touch pad scrolling
  • Windows: Improved file change detection robustness
  • Windows: Improved font selection logic
  • Windows: Fix ctrl+` shortcut for UK (ISO) keyboards
  • Windows: Improved fallback font handling in UI elements
  • Windows: The subl executable on OS X and plugin_host.exe on Windows are now signed
  • Windows: sublime_text.exe now has CompanyName set in VERSIONINFO
  • Mac: Handle layout changes due to macOS Sierra tabs
  • Mac: Improved default web browser detection
  • Mac: OS X 10.11 and macOS 10.12+ default to using San Francisco for the UI font
  • Mac: Fixed file change notifications from freezing UI on macOS Sierra
  • Mac: the user’s default shell is executed and environmental variables are set in the plugin Python environment
  • Linux: Update X11 selection on clipboard every time selection changes
  • Linux: Improved MOD3 modifier key handling
  • minihtml: Added support for borders
  • minihtml: Respects font_options from the settings
  • minihtml: Fixed layout of html popups on Windows and Linux under High DPI
  • minihtml: Fixed crash when doctype is present
  • minihtml: Fixed a crash from non-existent CSS vars
  • minihtml: Fixed a crash triggered by bad image paths
  • API: Add View.text_to_window() and View.layout_to_window()
  • API: All API functions now accept and return device-independent-pixels
  • API: Fixed input panel not running on_cancel when re-showing the input panel
  • API: Fixed selector scoring with the & operator
  • API: Fixed a bug causing incorrect phantom contents
  • API: Fixed crash in Window.set_view_index()
  • API: Updated OpenSSL to 1.0.2k, SQLite to 3.16.02

Install Sublime Text on Ubuntu

Run the following commands in Terminal to install Sublime Text on Ubuntu


wget -qO - https://download.sublimetext.com/sublimehq-pub.gpg | sudo apt-key add -
echo "deb https://download.sublimetext.com/ apt/stable/" | sudo tee /etc/apt/sources.list.d/sublime-text.list
sudo apt update
sudo apt install sublime-text

Once installed, open Sublime Text from Ubuntu Dash.

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