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Text Editor

How do I integrate sublime text with Google Chrome?

2 Answers

You can create a build system that will automatically open your HTML file in Chrome. Go to Tools > Build System > New Build System. This will open a new file. Then enter the following.

For Windows:

    "cmd": ["C:\\Program Files (x86)\\Google\\Chrome\\Application\\chrome.exe", "$file"]

For Mac:

    "cmd": ["open", "-a", "Google Chrome", "$file"]

Save it and give it a name. I named mine ChromeM (for Mac) and ChromeW (for Windows).

Now go to Tools>Build System, select your build and enter cmd+B (Mac) or ctrl+b (Windows) and Sublime Text will open your HTML page in Chrome.

Callum King
Callum King
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You want to open your HTML document in Google Chrome? Make sure your document/file is saved with .HTML at the end, and when selecting this document it should open in your default browser.