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Sublime 2 Keyboard Shortcuts

Sublime Text 2 – Useful Shortcuts (PC)

Loosely ordered with the commands I use most towards the top. Sublime also offer full documentation.

Editing

Ctrl+Ccopy current line (if no selection)
Ctrl+Xcut current line (if no selection)
Ctrl+⇧+Kdelete line
Ctrl+↩insert line after
Ctrl+⇧+↩insert line before
Ctrl+⇧+↑move line (or selection) up
Ctrl+Lselect line (repeat to select next lines)
Ctrl+Dselect word (repeat select others occurrences in context for multiple editing)
Ctrl+Mjump to closing bracket for current code, repeat to jump to opening bracket
Ctrl+⇧+Mselect all contents of the current brackets (curly brackets, square brackets, parentheses)
Ctrl+KKdelete from cursor to end of line
Ctrl+K+⌫delete from cursor to start of line
Ctrl+]indent current line(s)
Ctrl+[un-indent current line(s)
Ctrl+⇧+Dduplicate line(s)
Ctrl+Jjoin line below to the end of the current line
Ctrl+ /comment/un-comment current line
Ctrl+⇧+/block comment current selection
Ctrl+Yredo, or repeat last keyboard shortcut command
Ctrl+⇧+Vpaste and indent correctly
Ctrl+Spaceselect next auto-complete suggestion
Ctrl+Usoft undo (somehow undoes your movements; it jumps to your last change before undoing it when you repeat this command)

Navigation/Goto Anywhere

Ctrl+Pquick-open files by name in your project (doesn’t seem to need an actual project set up, it just searches in the directories around the currently-opened file
Ctrl+Rgoto 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+Ggoto line in current file. Same as Ctrl+P, then type :

General

Ctrl+⇧+Pcommand prompt
Ctrl+KBtoggle side bar

Find/Replace

Ctrl+Ffind
Ctrl+Hreplace
Ctrl+⇧+Ffind in files

Tabs

Ctrl+⇧+topen last closed tab (just like in your browser)
Ctrl+PgDncycle down through open tabs, cycle up with Ctrl+PgUp
Ctrl+⇆cycle through last tabs (repeat to go back further in history)

Split window

Alt+⇧+2split into two columns
Alt+⇧+1revert to single column
Alt+⇧+5grid (4 groups)
Ctrl+[1,2,3,4]jump to “group” (pane)
Ctrl+⇧+[1,2,3,4]move file to specified group

Bookmarks

Ctrl+F2toggle bookmark
F2next bookmark
⇧+F2previous bookmark
Ctrl+⇧+F2clear bookmarks

Text manipulation

Ctrl+KUupper case
Ctrl+KLlower case

Comments

ananth said…
Sublime has changed a lot. But some keyword combination brought me here. kudos.

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