Sublime text 3 is very practical, but if you want to use it well, some shortcut keys are indispensable, so I changed this shortcut key summary.
I’m used to VIM, and I don’t want to use some shortcut keys, especially under win. There is also a graphical interface. So I think the most useful one is the search class, which is very practical for reading and modifying code.
- CTRL + D selects the text occupied by the cursor. If you continue, the next same text will be selected.
- Alt + F3 select the text and press the shortcut key to select all the same text for editing at the same time. For example: quickly select and change all the same variable names, function names, etc.
- CTRL + L selects the whole line, and continues to select the next line. The effect is the same as shift + ↓.
- CTRL + Shift + l first select multiple lines, and then press the shortcut key. The cursor will be inserted at the end of each line to edit these lines at the same time.
- CTRL + Shift + m selects the contents within the brackets (continue to select the parent brackets). For example: quickly select Delete function code, rewrite function body code, or rewrite content in brackets.
- CTRL + m move the cursor to the end or start position within brackets.
- CTRL + enter inserts a new row on the next line. Take a chestnut: you can quickly insert a line down even if the cursor is not at the end of the line.
- CTRL + Shift + enter inserts a new line on the previous line. Take a chestnut: you can quickly insert a line up even if the cursor is not at the beginning of the line.
- CTRL + Shift + [select the code and press the shortcut key to collapse the code.
- CTRL + Shift +] select the code and press the shortcut key to expand the code.
- CTRL + K + 0 expands all collapsed code.
- CTRL + ← move the cursor unitedly to the left and quickly move the cursor.
- Move the cursor unitedly to the right and move the cursor quickly.
- Shift + ↑ select multiple rows up.
- Shift + ↓ select multiple rows down.
- Shift + ← select text to the left.
- Shift + → select the text to the right.
- CTRL + Shift + ← select text unitedly to the left.
- Select text unitedly to the right.
- CTRL + Shift + ↑ swap the cursor line with the previous line code (insert the cursor line before the previous line).
- CTRL + Shift + ↓ swap the cursor line with the next line of code (insert the cursor line after the next line).
- You can edit multiple lines at the same time by adding a multi line cursor up.
- CTRL + Alt + ↓ add multi line cursor down to edit multiple lines at the same time.
- CTRL + J merges the selected multiple lines of code into one line. Take chestnuts: merge CSS properties of multiline format into one line.
- CTRL + Shift + D copies the entire line of the cursor and inserts it into the next line.
- Tab indents right.
- Shift + Tab indents left.
- CTRL + K + K starts at the cursor and deletes the code to the end of the line.
- CTRL + Shift + K to delete the entire line.
- CTRL + / comment line.
- CTRL + Shift + / comment multiline.
- CTRL + K + U converts uppercase.
- CTRL + K + L converts lowercase.
- CTRL + Z undo.
- CTRL + y restores undo.
- CTRL + U soft undo, feel the same as gtrl + Z.
- CTRL + F2 set bookmark
- The left and right letters of Ctrl + T are interchanged.
- F6 word detection spelling
- CTRL + F opens the bottom search box to find keywords.
- CTRL + Shift + F searches in the folder. Different from the ordinary editor, sublime allows you to add multiple folders for searching, which is slightly high-end and not studied.
- CTRL + P opens the search box. For example: 1. Input the file name in the current project to search the file quickly; 2. Input @ and keyword to find the function name in the file; 3. Input: and number to jump to the line code in the file; 4. Input ා and keyword to find the variable name.
- CTRL + G to open the search box, automatically with: enter a number to jump to this line of code. Take chestnuts: quickly locate in files with long page code.
- CTRL + R open the search box, automatically with @, enter keywords, find the function name in the file. Take a chestnut: find a function quickly on a page with many functions.
- CTRL +: open the search box, and automatically bring in the “ා”, enter keywords, and find the variable name and attribute name in the file.
- CTRL + Shift + P opens the command box. Scene Chestnut: open the naming box, enter keywords, call sublime text or plug-in functions, such as using package to install plug-ins.
- ESC exits cursor, multi line selection, search box, command box, etc.
- CTRL + tab switches the tabs of the current window in the order in which the file has been browsed.
- CTRL + pagedown toggles the tab of the current window to the left.
- CTRL + pageup switches the tab of the current window to the right.
- Alt + Shift + 1 window split screen, restore default 1 screen (non keyboard number)
- Alt + Shift + 2 left and right split screen – 2 columns
- Alt + Shift + 3 left and right split screen – 3 columns
- Alt + Shift + 4 left and right split screen – 4 columns
- Alt + Shift + 5 split 4 screens
- Alt + Shift + 8 vertical split-2 screen
- Alt + Shift + 9 vertical split-3 screen
- CTRL + K + B turns the sidebar on / off.
- F11 full screen mode
- Shift + F11 undisturbed mode
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