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    I'm just here to represent us superior nano users, that is all, have some ++
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    I like that it has column select (Like old fashioned WordStar..)

    Related link:

    http://joelabrahamsson.com/select-c...

    What other editors can you do that in ?
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    VS Code is by far the best I've ever used.

    Maybe reliant on it too much though. I have to have a colour theme that stays with me over the years as any new theme just throws me.

    I have no idea how people use editors without code colouring.
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    @gazza101uk I agree with you.
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    I still use vscode, but jesus does vim extension on vscode is lagging or maybe I typed too fast
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    @Nanos JetBrains IDEs and I'm pretty sure you can in Sublime as well.
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    @kingcodra JetBrains is so bloddy slow though
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    @kingcodra sublime, jetbrains & atom are giving all functionalities but VSCode is awesome. 🤘
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    @gazza101uk I've never had that problem. Sure it's slow booting up, but I do that once a day and I just let it do that while I'm booting up my other couple programs and grabbing coffee. After it's booted up, I find it to be quite fast.

    @ParthRaval I really like vscode, I just prefer webstorm. I was mostly answering because I know that column select isn't vscode exclusive.
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    the fuck is wrong with you and btw i use vim
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    My two cents: unless you´re reading gig-size files such as logs, VI is an overly complex editor, most likely used by Chernobyl scientists to control nuclear reactors in the 80s
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    Notepad++
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    @kingcodra maybe it was my computer but for me it’s the latency as you type, it’s just not Instant like VScode
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    I was just comparing the same text file in Notepad++ with ordinary Windows 10 Notepad..

    When I drag an open document across my 4 monitors the plain ordinary Notepad gets laggy if the file is more than just a little bit in size. (It's 1Mb of text.)

    But Notepad++ doesn't skip a beat.

    I wonder why that is ?

    Is ordinary Notepad actually rendering the entire file behind the scenes every pixel I move it ?
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    No love for?
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    Just a friendly reminder:
    If you don‘t use JetBrains you better use Vim. Otherwise shut the fuck up!
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    @TechNomad because VIM is better than jetbrains. 😛
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    @DevNotFretPet I am using notepad++ to save notes & reminder 😜
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    @ParthRaval
    I saw once a guy who was flying around using vim in his presentation during a Symfony (PHP) Meetup. It was really impressive. I respect if you an expert in vim and knows how to get shit done using it - it is light weight and gives you Matrix feeling ;) Although I‘m very, very, very happy with JetBrains and see any tries to make vim compete against an IDE like any of JetBrains‘ as masochistic. But bitches, please, don‘t even dare to use words like vsc, sublime or netbeans when criticizing any of the JetBrains‘ stuff
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    @TechNomad don't get hyper bro.
    if someone is doing good abc editor. doesn't means other editors are bad.
    it all depends on skills.
    if you are comfortable with jetbrains then use that editor.✌️
    each person has their own point of view. 🙂
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    @ParthRaval
    No man if any vsc or sublime user dares to criticize JetBrains - he/she/it will burn in hell forever
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    @gazza101uk I was using vs code and somehow my color scheme plug-in wasn't working. Something was bothering me, but I couldn't put my finger on it, until a colleague told me "dude, how can you work with no color scheme??" Installed dracula plug in. Life changer
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    I prefer free editors as long as they get the job done than paid editors like PhpStorm. I'd rather buy tutorials than buy license for PhpStorm. What do you think? @ParthRaval
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    @Devnergy yes there are many free code editor like atom, vscode & brackets are there. then why to use paid editors?
    i am absolutely agree with you.
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