With this feature you can quickly update multiple occurrences of the same text.
Click inside the first instance of the text that you want to change. Press Ctrl+I to highlight the next instance of the same text. Keep pressing Ctrl+I until all instances are highlighted. Now you can start typing to change all of those instances at the same time. Press the ESCape key to go back to regular editing mode.
It's also possible to create multiple edit points at arbitrary locations.
To type over multiple words, double click the first word. While pressing the Ctrl key down, double click on another word. Repeat until all words that you would like to update are highlighted. Start typing to overwrite all of them at the same time.
Multiple lines of text that are in a row can also be updated with a single edit.
Inside a row of lines, click the starting column. While holding Ctrl and Alt keys down, drag the mouse to the right (to add to the column) and then drag the mouse down (to add lines). Release the keys and mouse buttons, and start typing to replace all highlighted items in one go.
Emmet coding (previously called Zen Coding) support has been updated to the latest version and now covers CSS, SVG and XSL, in addition to HTML.
When you create new documents, the default untitled tabs now get more readable names than before. Previously, untitled tabs had long labels based on date and time.
The user interface theme picker has been improved and, if no files are open, now opens a demonstration document to make it easier to preview changes in real-time.