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Easy Access To Terminal in Sublime Text

Do you use the terminal/console? You can easily access this from within Sublime for kicking off scripts, etc.

You should have Package Control installed. Open Package Control and install “Terminal”.

Done. Now hit CTRL+SHIFT+T and a console will popup.

I can’t stand the Windows Terminal (spoiled by terminal in Linux!) and have been using another app: Console 2.

Console is a Windows console window enhancement. Console features include: multiple tabs, text editor-like text selection, different background types, alpha and color-key transparency, configurable font, different window styles.

It’s easy to tweak Sublime to open Console instead of Powershell (which it defaults to).

Preferences > Package Settings > Terminal > Settings - User

Adjust your paths accordingly.

"terminal": "C:/Program Files/Console2/Console.exe",
"parameters": []