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Try Command+] This works for me.


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It has been mentioned, but only in passing: Atom (https://atom.io/) is open source and developed by GitHub. Integration with github is superb and it is particularly interesting these days since there is a lot of development with new features and new ideas regularly. I think it will cover your whole list of requirements through extensions (packages - ...


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These are some of my favorites from a front end designer's standpoint: Coda Espresso Sublime Text TextMate Atom (my personal choice currently)


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I'd second the recommendations for Sublime Text and the JetBrains products (I use WebStorm extensively in my job). If you want something free, atom is well worth a look. It's fairly bare-bones, but has a wide selection of plugins that should encompass what you need.


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For me Jetbrains PHP-Storm is simply the best & most complete IDE! It has a lot of good and usefull features though it stays simple to handle and setup. It's available for Linux, OSX and Windows. . Pros: PhP 5.x Javascript (JSLint, JSHint code hints) HTML/CSS/SCSS/SASS Lua, Perl and Python plugins do exist. (checked at JetBrains IntelliJ IDEA ...


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Put this in your ~/.tm_properties: tabSize = 4 softTabs = true


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Not with paragraph styles, no. You can do this with a single cell table which can be inlined and have a left border style different to the others.


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It's on old question with many answers, but Github now also has their own texteditor which supports Github flavoured markdown (and any other markdown you wish, by means of plugins/settings)! Atom is highly customisable and by default lightweight, so for markdown I think it's absolutely awesome! https://atom.io



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