Customizing Visual Studio Code for Writingby@ChrisChinchilla
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Customizing Visual Studio Code for Writing

by Chris Chinchilla4mApril 17th, 2018
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Some time ago <a href="https://hackernoon.com/making-atom-even-more-awesome-my-setup-e7a89969a876" target="_blank">I wrote a post on how to configure the Atom text editor for (technical) writing</a> that proved one of my most popular posts. At the time I was looking for a text editor that was extensible, open source, and that I could optimize for a writers setup, not just for coding. Atom has vastly improved since that post, but still suffers from a lot of reliability, memory, and CPU issues, thanks to the fact it’s built upon web technologies, not native code.

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