Having an intellectually pure workspace is important, because it allows for faster, higher-level thinking. It’s changing from tree to human.
Sublime Text 3 comes with default macros that can clutter the macros you actually use. Here is how to delete them.
This is the macOS version. Windows and Linux are similar.
1. Go to “/Applications/Sublime Text.app/Contents/MacOS/Packages/”.
2. Create a backup of “Default.sublime-package”. (One way to do this is to create a copy and rename it to “Default.sublime-package__original”).
3. Rename “Default.sublime-package” to “Default.zip”.
4. Unzip it.
5. Rename the created folder to “Default”.
6. Delete the default macros from “Default”:
Add Line Before.sublime-macro Add Line in Braces.sublime-macro Add Line.sublime-macro Delete Left Right.sublime-macro Delete Line.sublime-macro Delete to BOL.sublime-macro Delete to EOL.sublime-macro Delete to Hard BOL.sublime-macro Delete to Hard EOL.sublime-macro
7. Delete “Default.zip”.
8. Move the “Default” folder to “~/Library/Application Support/Sublime Text 3/Packages/”.
Essentially what this does is break the link to the old “Default.sublime-package”, then allow Sublime Text 3 to gain back the functionality, without the unused macros, by placing the unzipped version directly in the typical Packages folder.
If you know of a cleaner way to do this, please help accelerate life and say.
Hope this helps!