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Sublime Text 2 - Useful Shortcuts

Sublime Text 2 – Useful Shortcuts (Windows)


Ctrl+KB toggle side bar
Ctrl+Shift+P command prompt
Ctrl+` python console
Ctrl+N new file


Ctrl+L select line (repeat select next lines)
Ctrl+D select word (repeat select others occurrences in context for multiple editing)
Ctrl+Shift+M select content into brackets
Ctrl+X delete line
Ctrl+KK delete from cursor to end of line
Ctrl+K+Backspace delete from cursor to start of line
Ctrl+Shift+D duplicate line(s)
Ctrl+J join lines
Ctrl+KU upper case
Ctrl+KL lower case
Ctrl+ / comment
Ctrl+Shift+/ block comment
Ctrl+Y redo or repeat
Ctrl+Shift+V past and ident
Alt+/ autocomplete (repeat to select next suggestion). Default is Ctrl+Space, but it always reserved for language change in Chinese Windows environment.
Ctrl+M jump to matching brackets
Ctrl+U soft undo (movement undo)

Navigation/Goto Anywhere

Ctrl+P goto anyway. Search files by name in your project.
Ctrl+R goto symbol(functions and classes) in the file. Same as Ctrl+P, then type @
Ctrl+; goto word in current file. Same as Ctrl+P, then type #
Ctrl+G goto line in current file. Same as Ctrl+P, then type :


Ctrl+F find
Ctrl+H replace
Ctrl+Shift+F find in files


Alt+Shift+1 single column
Alt+Shift+2 two columns
Alt+Shift+5 grid (4 groups)
Ctrl+[1,2,3,4] focus group
Ctrl+Shift+[1,2,3,4] move file to group
Ctrl+[1,2,3…] select tab


Ctrl+F2 toggle bookmark
F2 next bookmark
Shift+F2 previous bookmark
Ctrl+Shift+F2 clear bookmarks
marcJV commented Dec 29, 2011

Some other useful tips are:
Ctrl+Home Takes you to the top of the document
Ctrl+End Takes you to the bottom of the document
Ctrl+P Search all files in your project by name. If you then type in @ it searches that file by functions and classes.

hileon commented Dec 30, 2011

I like Ctrl+P and its @, it is very convenient.


There is a shortcut to the Ctrl+P and then @, if you press Ctrl+R, then the @ sign will automatically come.

Also there is another shortcut, Ctrl+; This produces a # in the Ctrl+P menu, and you will be able to search any name in the file.


Any idea if there's a keyboard-based way to navigate the search results page?

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