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Keybinding​Helper

by r-stein ST2/ST3

A Sublime Text package to simplify the creation and look-up of key-bindings

Details

  • 3 2.1.1
    2 1.0.1
    1.0.0
  • github.​com
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  • 2 years ago
  • 2 hours ago
  • 3 years ago

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  • Win 1K
  • OS X 543
  • Linux 462
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Keybinding Helper

A plugin with the purpose to show keybindings and simplify the creation of new keybindings.

New in version 2.1.0:

  • support of the Suricate package
  • support of pasting into python run_command calls

Command Assistant (ST3 only)

The command assistant shows the executed commands in an output panel and adds a [COPY]-button to copy the command. Afterwards it can be pasted into a keymap via Paste keybindings to create a keybinding. Press alt+` or ctrl+shift+p and write KeybindingHelper: Show Command Assistant to show the Command Assistant. If you click on [COPY] it will copy the command in your clipboard. Afterwards you can paste it via ctrl+v into a keymap to create a keybinding. Use the [CLOSE]-button or press escape to close the panel.

kh_command_assistant

Show used keybindings

Use ctrl+alt+` (KeybindingHelper: Toggle show commands) to show the used commands (keybindings) and ctrl+alt+shift+` (KeybindingHelper: Toggle show inputs) to show the keys (key events). This will just open the console and call sublime.log_commands or sublime.log_input. Copy a line from the console (Hint: Click on the line above) and paste it into a keymap to create a keybinding.

kbh_example_show_key

Paste keybindings

Because the keybinding is bound to a scope, it requires the PackageDev package to be installed.

Select and copy a command from the console and paste it into a keymap. E.g. you could select command: paste_keybinding and paste it into a keymap. This will create a snippet, which transforms it into a valid keybinding and will insert the following:

{
    "keys": ["ctrl+alt+shift+a"],
    "command": "paste_keybinding",|
},

This does also work if you write a TextCommand plugin and copy the name, e.g. PasteKeybindingCommand. If it ends with Command it will automatically converted into a keybinding.

kbh_paste_command

This does also work in profile files of the Suricate package or paste inside a python run_command call.