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Why is KuaiJi useful?
KuaiJi can help developers to read and refer their note files more easily.
KuaiJi use regex to find titles in current view, show titles in a quick panel.
When users click a title, current view will scroll to make the chosen title in the center of the view port.
To make the titles more easier to find, KuaiJi use scope
invalid.illegal to set their background to red.
To use the style of KuaiJi syntax, you must change your note file's extension name to
What is a title?
title must match the regex
Which means, title is a line started with one or more
.s, and ended with a
.Methods of Sublime Module: ..version(): ..platform(): ..arch():
The title*s with one
. are top-level *title*s, the *title*s with two
.s are second-level *title*s, and so on.
The non-top-level *title*s in the *quick panel, will have their suplevel *title*s followed next line.
How to use KuaiJi?
Open a file named
*.kj, and have title*s in it.
Use **KuaiJi => Find In File* menu or
alt+m shortcut to invoke the quick panel.
Then click one of the title*s shown in the *quick panel, current view will scroll to make the chosen title in the center of the view port
The command binded to KuaiJi => Find In File menu and
alt+m shortcut is
or in camel mode
You can use it to customize the menu and shortcut.