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Clear​Console

by saadq ST3

A hacky way to clear the console in Sublime.

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ClearConsole

“Clear” the console by printing a bunch of new lines.

This plugin was inspired from this answer on StackOverflow by @MattDMo, and is simply a means of convenience around it that allows you to clear the console by just using some hotkeys.

Installation

  1. Open the Command Palette by pressing +Shift+P on Mac or Ctrl+Shift+P on Windows
  2. Type in Package Control: Install Package and press Enter
  3. Type ClearConsole and hit Enter

Usage

By default, the hotkey to clear the console is alt+k. You can change which keys you want to use by going to Preferences > Key Bindings - User and adding this line:

[
    ...
    { "keys": ["alt+k"], "command": "clear_console" }
]

Simply replace alt+k with the key combination you want to use.