Nope. Just this.
Which are sometimes misleading. Under unknown conditions, Open File may simply center file that is 'open file' in Sublime window. Or, just now may sometimes open Finder window with limited features, as follows.
Right-click services menus do not include my custom Copy File Path service, in fact the Finder popup and Command Bar menu lack any usual Services fly-out - just the silly Share fly-out, so your flavorite hacker could fly in from say Bucharest, for a fee and then some. But you could mail it to Sublime tech support and ask them to come around and help you find the file (sardonic). We do know from the popup that the file is in a folder called Styles: and I only have about ten thousand of those, which narrows down the search (sort of, maybe lucky and hit on the right disk?). Of course, clicking on Open... brings us back to Sublime. I did see an Open, test run of this Share focus popup event, but not here in screen shot. Lol. Guess that sort of sums up non-project files for Sublime and Apple.
This is the Quick Look, if anyone was curious about how Apple hides things away, when proper access protocol is not followed.
So not very helpful...