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View Movement

by danielhopkins ST2

Add more advanced movement commands for Sublime Text 2

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  • 2012.06.04.15.51.08
  • github.​com
  • github.​com
  • 11 years ago
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  • 11 years ago

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Sublime View Movement

Installation

Install via Package Control.

Usage

Adds more view movement commands to Sublime Text 2. This allows you to move the cursor from view (pane) to view and move views to different layouts.

⌘+⇧+(H,K,L,M) = Move the cursor Up/Left/Right/Down

⌘+⌃+(H,K,L,M) = Move the current view and cursor Up/Left/Right/Down. This changes the current pane that a view is in.