Thanks but theres no information or links to documentation there, it only states “Mac: Added Touch Bar support” and that’s it from what I can see?
Sorry, I don't have a Mac, so I can't help you. I would suggest that you consult your Mac documentation or the Apple support web site.
It's not macOS that I need documentation for though, it's Sublime Text, it's all good and well to say it 'supports the touch bar', but - what does it support? How do you configure Sublime to do things with it? It's application specific.
This article should help you. Pay attention to the section "From within Apps".
Thanks @jackeroo and sorry for the late response.
Perhaps I'm doing something wrong, but for some reason in SublimeText there doesn't seem to be View -> Customise Touch Bar:
I do however see this option in many other apps:
Wish I can configure commands for Up / Down arrow buttons on touchbar. Right now they navigate through results, but I would happily remap them to navigate between bookmarks.Does anyone know if touchbar support is implemented using python or compiled code? Maybe I can hack it by myself in case of python.
Touch bar support is implemented in C++. It is not currently exposed via the API.