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Find​Results​Buffer​Utils

by mattst ST2/ST3

A Sublime Text package which adds keys allowing users to switch focus to and to close the Find Results buffer, and to jump to the first and last of the current results.

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  • Win 206
  • OS X 87
  • Linux 56
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Find Results Buffer Utils (Sublime Text Package)

Overview

Find Results Buffer Utils is a Sublime Text package which adds keys allowing users to switch focus to and to close the Find Results buffer, and to jump to the first and last of the current results. It should be noted that closing the buffer is performed without the active buffer losing focus.

While these are simple tasks, which do not take much time, I have found the plugin so useful that it has become an integral part of how I use Sublime's powerful Find in Files (Use Buffer) feature.

Requirements

Sublime Text version 2 or 3.

Installing

Use Package Control:

  • Open the command palette and select: Package Control: Install Package
  • Wait for the package list to be updated and then select: FindResultsBufferUtils

Users can, if they prefer, download the zip file and then install it manually; FindResultsBufferUtils.sublime-package should be used as the installed package file name or, if unzipping for folder installation, then FindResultsBufferUtils should be used as the folder name.

Key Bindings

The default key bindings are only triggered when a Find Results buffer is open (see: Context Handling below).

Since F4 is used for the Find Results buffer's show Next/Previous result keys, the same keys, prefixed by ctrl+k, are used to show the First/Last result. Likewise, due to the F key's use in initiating Find in Files, the same key is used to switch focus to, and to close, the Find Results buffer.

Linux / Windows:

  • Focus the Find Results buffer: ctrl+k, ctrl+f
  • Close the Find Results buffer: ctrl+k, ctrl+shift+f
  • Show the first result: ctrl+k, f4
  • Show the last result: ctrl+k, shift+f4

OSX:

  • Focus the Find Results buffer: super+k, super+f
  • Close the Find Results buffer: super+k, super+shift+f
  • Show the first result: super+k, f4
  • Show the last result: super+k, shift+f4

Context Handling:

The context key is_find_results_buffer_open simply checks whether there is a Find Results buffer open in the active window or not. The operator can be set to either equal or not_equal and the operand to true/false.

The default key bindings are only triggered when a Find Results buffer is open. If users prefer to make them active all the time, ignoring the Find Results buffer's status, then simply remove the "context": [{"key": "is_find_results_buffer_open"}] line from each of the key bindings. See the always useful PackageResourceViewer plugin.

License

This package is licensed under The MIT License (MIT).