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Copy​Edit

by adzenith ALL

Improves the copy/paste behaviour in Sublime Text.

Details

  • 2014.06.18.16.05.20
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 10 years ago
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  • Linux 547
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Copy-Edit

Sublime Text introduced the amazing idea of multiple selections, but its default copy/paste semantics leave something to be desired.

Copy-Edit changes that. Ever wanted to copy multiple multi-line chunks of text, and then correctly paste each of them? Now you can!

Ever wanted to paste three items to six selections, repeating items when you run out? Done and done!

Ever wanted to paste six items to three selections, two per? We've got that too!

Installation

  • Install Package Control.
  • Run Package Control's Install Package command from the Command Palette (cmd+shift+P by default).
  • Install CopyEdit!