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Because the OP was pointing to Sublime as an example of a tool that is available, and popular, cross-platform.



If that were the case, then the OP would have no argument because that's the only external tool being shown right now.

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On re-reading, I've now realized polskibus was referring to sublime as a tool which IS available cross platform.

Like the downvoted comment I too initially read it as that he thought it WAS NOT cross platform based on thee here he postitioned his example near his Apple comment and hence why the 'sublime is available cross platform' comment made good sense to me.

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