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by Max Hegler ALL

Replace your current selections with a dynamically created tab order.

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Sublime[tab]r

Replace your current selections with a dynamically created tab order.

How to Use
  1. Multi-select targets for your tab order.
  2. Execute the “tabr” command.
    • by Keystroke: Ctrl+Shift+Alt+T -OR- +Shift+Alt+T
    • by Quick Panel: “tabr: Create Tab Order”
  3. Begin typing / tabbing.

NOTE:You may exit the tab order at any time by pressing Esc

Demo


Install via Package Control

  • Open Sublime Text 2/3
  • Access your Command Palette Ctrl+Shift+P for Windows/Linux or +Shift+P for Mac.
  • Type “Package Control: Install Package” … Press ENTER.
  • Search for “SublimeTabr” … Press ENTER.
  • Done!