Sublime Text 3

After a bumpy transitioning period away from TextMate and Espresso, I tried Vim with the extremely helpful Janus bundle created by Yehuda Katz & Carl Lerche. But as a user interface designer, Vim still rubbed me the wrong way, it’s a powerful beast when used with keyboard controls only, but a much clumsier one when some mousing is required.

So I found my way on Sublime, which now has a Vintage mode like Vim, but also a command line utility, TextMate bundle compatibility, and relatively simple preference settings.

I logically upgraded to Sublime 3 when it came out a few years ago since it had some interesting refinements although no major changes.