Sublime Text plugin to quickly switch to any open window using a keyboard command
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Sublime Goto Window
This package allows you to change between open windows in Sublime Text using a
prompt. It is useful if you have a lot of windows open with different projects
in them and you want to switch without having to press
command ~ over and over again.
If you are using Sublime Package Control you can press
command+shift+p. Then select
Package Control: Install Package and choose
Another option is running the following command (this is the OS X version):
cd ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 3/Packages git clone firstname.lastname@example.org:ccampbell/sublime-goto-window.git GotoWindow
This plugin depends on
wmctrl being installed on your system. On Debian-based
operating systems (such as Ubuntu), you can get it using
apt-get install wmctrl.
The default keybinding is
super + shift + o
After that you will see a menu that looks like this containing all your open windows in Sublime Text:
Select an item and that's it!
There is a bug that prevents this from actually working natively using Sublime Text. See https://github.com/SublimeTextIssues/Core/issues/444 for more information.
I haven't been able to test it on Windows, but there are workarounds in place that seem to work on OS X and Linux.