🧭 Never get lost again navigating your code with Compass!
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🧭 Compass - Better Code Navigation
Lost? Tired of endlessly scrolling through tabs just to find the previous file you were working on?
Compass provides you the list of most-recently used tabs. It also helps you filter them by special tags!
ctrl+tab jumps you to the next view in the MRU stack without showing the stack.
Compass provides you a visual guide of where you have been.
- In your package directory, clone the repo
git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:kapitanluffy/sublime-compass.git "Compass Navigator"
Preferences: Compass Keybindingsand copy pre-commented the keybindings (or you can set it to your preferred keybinds)
ctrl+tabto show the Compass 🧭
Open the quick panel. Displays most-recently used tabs by default.
You can do this by pressing
ctrl+tab on the first and second items
Close Compass and select Current Highlight
Select the current highlight and close the quick panel
Close Compass and go back to initial view
Go back to the initial tab and close the quick panel
Type a query.
# are for filters
If you have ripgrep set in the settings, you can enable this feature. Please note that this will be slow in large projects!