These were found from https://css-tricks.com/5-awesome-sublime-plugins-wont-find-top-plugin-posts/ and https://packagecontrol.io/browse/trending
It's possible to set different preferences for specific syntax types (for instance, to set a more Markdown-aware colour scheme when editing Markdown files). To do this, open a file of the appropriate type and choose
Preferences -> Settings - Syntax Specific. The settings are then in Sublime's standard JSON format (for instance, to change the colour scheme, add a line like the following modified for your specific setup):
"color_scheme": "Packages/User/SublimeLinter/Monokai Extended (SL).tmTheme"
Unknown User (ma1twn) used this guide to sync Sublime configs across different machines using Dropbox.