Though if it's the same as version 2, it will be simply nagware and will never expire. Similar to how WinRAR is. In addition, it's licensed by User rather than computer. So you can install on as many computer as you want as long as it's yours.webfork wrote:It looks pretty amazing. The screenshot over on Ghacks has a big "UNREGISTERED" in the title bar, which got me curious how much it goes for and it looks like it's running $80 (USD).
Anyways, I'm using VS Code so don't really have a need for this. However, VS Code, Atom, and other editors are all resource heavy (VS Code is on the lighter side compared to Atom and it's using 180 MB fresh) while Sublime Text is very light (15 MB fresh) so I can definitely see the appeal of this and definitely would buy if I were an actual programmer rather than just a tinkerer.