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Sass Basic: Installing and Using Sass - Better Configuration for Sublime

I came up with a way to have Sublime automatically refresh the .css file after it is compiled after a save: Split the window horizontally by using

View > Layout > Rows:2

then open the .css in the lower window. Now the .css file will automatically update in the bottom window without the need to click in the window to refresh.

2 Answers

Tom Bedford
Tom Bedford
15,645 Points

Seconded - this is a great way to work through the tutorials as well as keeping an eye on the outputted CSS when you are using Sass for a project.