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Power​Cursors

by MaokaiLin ST3

A Sublime Text 3 package that makes the add/remove/select of multiple cursors more convenient with keyboard.

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PowerCursors

PowerCursors is a Sublime Text 3 package that makes the add/remove/select of multiple cursors more convenient with keyboard.

You can easily add a cursor and move it around while keeping all other cursors static. You can also choose between these cursors and remove them. When you are done putting cursors in positions, you can activate them and start moving and editing with all of them.

Demos:

Multiple Cursors

Demo 1 of PowerCursors

Multiple Selections

Demo 2 of PowerCursors

Install PowerCursors for Sublime Text

Using Package Control:

  1. Run Package Control: Install Package command.
  2. Search for PowerCursors and install.
  3. Restart Sublime Text.
  4. Enjoy the extra power of multiple cursors!

Or manually, using git (not recommended):

Clone repository into Packages directory (can be found using Preferences: Browse Packages command in Sublime Text)

git clone git://github.com/MaokaiLin/PowerCursors.git

How to use

There are 6 commands in PowerCursors:

  • Add cursor

    ctrl+= in OSX, alt+= in Linux and Windows.

    It adds a cursor and enters a transition mode where you can move the active cursor around without affecting the position of the cursor you just added.

    The command is power_cursor_add.

  • Remove current cursor

    ctrl+- in OSX, alt+- in Linux and Windows.

    It removes the currently active cursor and activates the cursor right before the current cursor (position-wise).

    The command is power_cursor_remove.

  • Select previous/next cursor

    ctrl+[/ctrl+] in OSX, alt+[/alt+] in Linux and Windows.

    It makes the currently active cursor static and activates the cursor right before/after the current cursor (position-wise).

    It also works when you already have multiple cursors. It makes all cursors static and activates only the last/first cursor. Now you are free to move only one of the cursors, or remove some of them without affecting the rest.

    The command is power_cursor_select, with an argument “forward” being either true or false.

  • Activate all cursors

    ctrl+a in OSX, alt+a in Linux and Windows.

    It activates all cursors. Now when you move or edit, all cursors will respond, just like how the native multiple-cursor works in Sublime Text.

    The command is power_cursor_activate.

  • Exit

    ESC in OSX, Linux and Windows.

    It exits the cursor transition status. All cursors you added will be removed and the normal cursor mode is resumed.

    The command is power_cursor_exit.

Note

All the commands above also work for selections. For example, after selecting one region, you can add a new cursor and select a different region while keeping the one you chose before intact. You can select multiple regions this way, then activate all and replace texts in them. Feel free to explore more usage of the commands. They are quite robust and adaptable.

License

This software is released under the terms of the MIT license.