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Font​Cycler

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Quickly cycle between your favorite fonts in Sublime Text with the press of a key

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FontCycler

Quickly cycle between your favorite fonts in Sublime Text with the press of a key. Some research says that this makes you productive. wink wink

Installation

The simplest method of installation is through Package Control, which can be found at this site: https://packagecontrol.io/installation

Just install Package Control, and select FontCycler in the list of available packages.

Usage

You can cycle through the fonts by pressing the F10 key, and cycle backwards with Shift+F10.

You need to set the fonts_list key in the Preferences.sublime-settings file to a list of fonts you want to cycle within. The fonts need to be pre-installed on the system.

You can specify just a font name or an object with the properties font_face, font_size, line_padding_bottom, line_padding_top, word_wrap and wrap_width. font_face is a required property on the object.

{
  "fonts_list":
    [
      "Andale Mono",
      "Consolas",
      "Courier",
      "Courier New",
      "Envy Code R",
      "Inconsolata",
      "Lucida Console",
      "Menlo",
      "Meslo LG S",
      "Meslo LG M",
      "Meslo LG L",
      "Monaco",
      "ProFontX",
      "Source Code Pro",
      "Ubuntu Mono"
    ]
}
{
  "fonts_list":
  [
    {
      "font_face": "JetBrains Mono",
      "font_size": 12,
      "line_padding_bottom": 1,
      "line_padding_top": 1,
      "word_wrap": "auto",
      "wrap_width": 80
    },
    {
      "font_face": "Georgia",
      "font_size": 15,
      "line_padding_bottom": 3,
      "line_padding_top": 3,
      "word_wrap": true,
      "wrap_width": 50
    }, 
    {
      "font_face": "Verdana",
      "font_size": 12,
      "line_padding_bottom": 3,
      "line_padding_top": 3,
      "word_wrap": true,
      "wrap_width": 50
    },
    {
      "font_face": "Roboto",
      "font_size": 13,
      "line_padding_bottom": 2,
      "line_padding_top": 2,
      "word_wrap": true,
      "wrap_width": 50
    }
  ]
}

Or even a mixed approach:

{
  "fonts_list":
  [
    "Consolas",
    {
      "font_face": "Courier",
      "font_size": 12
    },
    {
      "font_face": "Menlo",
      "font_size": 10,
      "line_padding_bottom": 1,
      "line_padding_top": 0
    }
  ]
}

Configuration

To change the keyboard shortcut for next and previous font, bind the next_font and previous_font commands respectively to the desired keys.