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Wow. I haven't had a chance to read the article yet, but the video where they are editing live in sublime text is awesome. Does this have to open in a new file or can it override an existing file?

It'd be really cool to be able to do the latter. I usually make changes in chrome dev tools and then copy the results into the relevant CSS file.

It opens a new buffer, than can be saved as an existing file.

Give me this now.

(ps - awesome work and communication!)

You might be interested in checking out Brackets (http://brackets.io/) which has some live development capabilities for CSS at least right now. I believe it only works with Chrome though, currently.

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