I actually use both editors. Sublime Text for quick notes and snippets and for basically all hotfixes when I roughly know what I have to do in which file (subl . just is really fast).
I prefer VSCode in JS-heavy code where I need data from the project context (a task Sublime Text rather sucks at).
However, I have to agree with you that Sublime Text is by far the best jack-of-all-trades text/code editor out there. 👍
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