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Pseudo Block Mode

by guija ST3

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  • Win 33
  • OS X 10
  • Linux 8
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pseudo_block_mode

A sublime text plugin that fills out the whole file with whitespace so that block mode editing and text overwriting gets easier. Especially useful when working with old programming languages like COBOL or PL1.

Features

  • Block mode: The complete file is filled with whitespace aligning with the longest line of the file.
  • Align cursor at end: When having multiple cursors or a selection over multiple lines you can fill out those lines with whitespace in a rectangle manner. For every line a cursor will be created and put positioned at the end of the line.

Usage

  • Toggle block mode (all OS): Alt+Shift+A (Or over command palette)
  • Enter Block Mode: Command palette or Edit -> Pseudo Block Mode -> Enter block mode
  • Exit Block Mode: Command palette or Edit -> Pseudo Block Mode -> Enter block mode
  • Align cursor at end: Command palette or Edit -> Pseudo Block Mode -> Align cursors at end

License

GNU General Public License v3.0

Contributing

Any contributions are welcome.