Rene from the forums did publish a Sublime Text 3 Zettelkasten plugin for better note-taking with Sublime. (See the discussion there.)
The plugin features:
- Clickable Wiki-style links like
[[this one]], creating notes that do not yet exists
- Auto-completion of note titles when you begin typing
- Shortcuts to create new notes including a generated ID
- The ID format is the trusted and true data-based
YYYYMMDDHHMM, for example:
- Highlighting of note links,
#tags, and footnote references
[^like this one]
Huge shout-out to Rene 🙌
Forum user Chris wrote a blog post with a dozen assorted things, including cool features that make Sublime Text a good fit for the Zettelkasten Method. I did not know you cannot print from Sublime, that sure came as a surprise.
A full-blown review would be great to have one day, it seems, especially since fellow reader Dan Sheffler used to maintain a Notational Velocity-style plugin. Maybe Sublime 3 can really become quite a good fit for cross-platform usage.