Sublime Text 3 (Dev) 3128 MAC OS X
Sublime Text 3 (Dev) 3128 MAC OS X – ReleaseLoad
Name: Sublime Text
Version: 3 (Dev) – Build 3128
Size: 13.09 MB
Mac Platform: Intel
OS version: 10.7+
Processor type(s) speed: 64-bit processor
Block sublimetext.com outgoing in Little Snitch/hosts file, disable auto update
Courtesy of blueshirt for discovering the patch offsets
Release Date: 12 April 2017
Fixed a gutter icon rendering regression in Windows
Fixed incorrect auto complete font size in Windows and Linux
Fixed enter not working in the side bar
Fixen an output panel crash regression
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