Sublime Text source code editor 3.1 was released a day ago lots of improvements for high DPI support.
Sublime Text 3.1 release highlights:
- Windows 10/8.1 per-monitor DPI settings for handling mixed monitor configurations and on-the-fly DPI switching
- Lots of improvements for high DPI support on all platforms, including 8k monitor and @3x texture support
- Ligature support, with controls for customizing OpenType features and stylistic sets
- Improved text rendering on Windows, now respecting ClearType tuning
- Better handling of emojis in the editor control
- A new color scheme format based on JSON
- Improved selection rendering with expanded customization via color schemes
- Syntax definitions for Git file formats to allow Sublime Text to be a better core.editor
- Highlighting of fenced code blocks in Markdown
- Goto References to augment Goto Definition
- An improved Command Palette that can accept arbitrary user input and complex interactions
- Expanded options for filtering files and folders from the sidebar
- Improved handling of filesystem notifications and symlinks
- Significantly improved memory usage – up to 30% in some cases
- Lots of little performance improvements and bug fixes
How to Install Sumlime Text 3.1 in Ubuntu:
For Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 17.10, and Ubuntu 18.04, you can easily install Sublime Text 3.1 (build 3170) via Ubuntu Software:
This is a snap (universal Linux package format) package maintained by the community.
For those who dislike the snap package, and you can install Sublime Text 3 from its official apt repository by reading this tutorial.