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🔚 Bort Simpson SublimeText on macOS, vim whenever I'm SSHed into a box.
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Sibachian does Scrivener count?
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🐵 Max I've been using vscode for a while but not at even 20% of its potential I think.
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🧐 Nrmn Kakoune. After more than a decade of Vim and some NeoVim. Nothing could ever convince me to leave Vim. But then Kakoune came.
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🚴 Aditya Another soul chiming in for neovim, sometimes with neovide!
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🦝 Wojciech I used to use VSCode, but recently as I switched to an old Thinkpad I started using Neovim. With CoC.nvim it supports language servers, which are what makes VSCode so great!
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Scott Dickson Visual Studio Code!
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🗨️ Fui I'm a bit torn on that. I like code-oss (open source version of VSCode), but a part of me is always a bit sad for not using something simpler, lighter, and CLI based. Electron based apps are huge memory hogs...
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📟 Jens Emacs, but forever wishing for a better alternative. Keenly waiting for 4coder's next update, which brings support for programming languages other than C++.
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👨‍💻 Matthieu V. VSCode or Jetbrains products but I'm thinking about investing some time on vim/neovim/etc.. Can I learn more keyboard shortcuts ? I don't know !
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👂 Sly neovim all the way!
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🗨️ Fui What makes neovim great? Can you expound on that?
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🗨️ Keb Sublime Text. Recently switched back to it after using VSCode and VSCodium for 2 years. I enjoy the snappiness of it. I'm looking at the Lite text editor by rxi, though.
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🗨️ Fui What I dislike in Sublime is that it is closed source. Yes, very snappy, but that alone is enough to tolerate less than optimal text editors.
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Atsu Davoh Atom. Brackets is good as well.
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🧐 Nrmn Tried Brackets because I thought it had a very clever idea with integrating context of other files into foldable lines. But it lacks modal editing.
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⌨️ Joseph Anything with vim bindings. I've been a fan of Doom Emacs lately. Neovim is pretty neat as well.
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