Difference between revisions of "Sublime Text cheat sheet"

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| Multiple select: find the next word like the selected and add to the multiple cursors.
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| Multiple selection with Regexp
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| Ctrl + F, <Select Regexp icon (.*)>, <type your regexp>, Alt + Enter
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| Cmd + F, <Select Regexp icon (.*)>, <type your regexp>, Opt + F
 
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Cmd + F (Find)
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Regexp: [^ ]+ (or \d+, or whatever you prefer)
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Option + F (Find All)
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Revision as of 16:59, 15 October 2014

Sublime Text editor is the magic any programmer needs. Here I keep a cache of shortcuts for a quick reference.

Task shortcut in Linux shortcut in OSX Comments
Move line up Ctrl + Shift + Up Cmd + Shift + Up Also works for Down
Split selection in multiple lines Ctrl + Shift + L Cmd + Shift + L
Select current word Ctrl + D
Multiple select: find the next word like the selected and add to the multiple cursors. Ctrl + D
Multiple selection with Regexp Ctrl + F, <Select Regexp icon (.*)>, <type your regexp>, Alt + Enter Cmd + F, <Select Regexp icon (.*)>, <type your regexp>, Opt + F

Cmd + F (Find) Regexp: [^ ]+ (or \d+, or whatever you prefer) Option + F (Find All) Edit it