I used the package installer from the "Tools" Menu.
So "Tools" / "Command Palette" then a dialog box opens and I choose "Package Control: Install Package". Now I type in the letters "ard" and look for the "Arduino-like IDE" and when I click on it, it installs the Arduino IDE Package and an "Arduino" Menu shows up to the right of the "Help" Menu.
Then in the Arduino Menu I go to "Preferences" and "Select Arduino Application Folder" and point it to the Arduino IDE in my Applications Folder. Next I "Change Sketchbook Folder" and point it to my Sketchbook Folder" and last is "Select Build Folder" which I point to a folder that I have setup in the Documents folder for compiling.
Isn't this the correct way to do it or is Stino a better way to go?
As I say I always get the "avr-gcc++: command not found" error and every time I try to compile and when I quit Sublime almost everything under the "Arduino" Menu is greyed out the next time I open Sublime. So at this point nothing in the "Arduino-like IDE" works anymore.
So I'm not sure what to do and I can't seem to find a forum that supports that Package. I'm open to any suggestions.