‘Have you documented your own Sublime Text shortcut cheatsheet?’ is a question I never get asked. But despite all your efforts to avoid the subject, here it is. In your face!
This post is likely to get updated on a regular basis since I tend to learn new stuff every day. See, when you start low, you’re bound to progress more often than never :)
So we’ve already spoken about ST3’s clipboard history capability. Here’s the rest of the stuff I use on a daily basis.
|Command + click||Multiple cursors|
|Command + C/V||(without selecting something) Copy/paste entire line|
|Command + O/S/W||Open/Save/Close file|
|Command + Control + P||Get List of Saved Projects|
|Command + X||Cut Line|
|Command + D||Grab similar occurences|
|Command + Control + G||Grab all occurences|
|Command + Shift + F||Find stuff through files & folders|
|Command + K B||Toggle sidebar|
|Command + K L||Go Lower case|
|Command + K U||Go Upper case|
|Command + Shift + /||Commenting/Uncommenting|
|Command + Control + up/down||Swap line order|
|Alt + drag||Initial a column select|
|Command + Shift + left/right||Select content from cursor to left/right end|
|Control + Shift + W||Wrap Line or Selection with Tag (absolute favourite)|
|Command + Control + Shift +F||Enjoy Distraction-free fullscreen|
|Select + [/(||Wrap selection between parenthesis/brackets|
More to come obviously…
ps: get yourself a licence, it’s only 70 box.
2015-10-27 01:00 +0100