If you are a developer and you like to make use of vertical rulers to make sure your code is readable - you can make use of the Sublime Text ruler option.
Enabling Ruler in a tab is pretty easy - just go to View -> Ruler and select among the options - 70, 72, 78, 80, 100, 120. Once you select from any of the available options, you would see a horizontal line on the right side of the window - the distance will vary based on what size you select from range 70-120.
You can disable the ruler by selecting None by going to View -> Ruler.
How to enable ruler in Sublime Text Editor?
- Go to Menu option View,
- Go to Ruler,
- Select the ruler option from 70-120.
- Ruler should be visible.
✌️If you are an advanced user and want to permanently add a ruler to each tab you open - you can follow this tutorial.
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