1. So browsers have more leniency to protect your privacy and security.
2. So it doesn't take near as much effort to implement a browser engine, if it wasn't trying to do everything.
3. So we can more easily present the same hypertext across different mediums, and getting more accessibility thanks to that.
4. Maybe, just maybe, it'd make WYSIWYG editors easier.
But seriously, I haven't seen a good WYSIWYG HTML editor since Win98. That editor had the "Norton" name stuck to it somehow and came as a bonus on my copy of MSPublisher
Sublime Text doesn't stuck, but it's not free or open. I'd be willing to pay for it, but it picked up unpleasant associations with a job in 2016 that didn't go well and now it's stressful for me to open the program
I might try changing the color scheme on the evaluation copy to see if that helps
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