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Webloc-open

by russianidiot ST2/ST3 Missing

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Install

There are several ways to install: * Packages/User/Package Control.sublime-settings * Package Control - add repository, install package * CLI/Terminal - git clone to Packages/ * Manual - download, unzip to Packages/

Detailed instructions how to install - install.md

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