I’ve learned some new shortcuts for Sublime Text 2. I’ve been learning a few vim shortcuts, and I wanted to figure out how to do some of the things I can do in vim in Sublime.
Deletes entire line.
Ctrl is the correct key, even for OSX.
Cuts the line if you want to move it somewhere. This does not require highlighting anything.
And as a note, many of the usual keyboard shortcuts work this way.
c will copy the line without needing to select anything.
No matter how many cheat sheets I read, I seem to only manage to make one or two new keyboard shortcuts stick at a time. I hope you all are enjoying the fact that this is now a keyboard shortcut blog. :D
My new awesome trick is a general trick that appears to apply to all programs on OS X.
alt + ARROW
lets you jump by word instead of having to key past every single character. Hat tip to Greg, my partner this week for the trick!
And it gets even better! If you do
alt + delete
you can delete an entire word at a time!
I feel that it would also be important to mention that
⌘ + delete
works the same way as
⌘ + ARROW
which I mentioned earlier. It will delete an entire line, the way that you can jump to the end or beginning of a line!
Until I started MakerSquare, I hadn’t used a OS X on a regular basis for about 2 years. Since MakerSquare, I’ve hardly touched Windows. I’ve remembered most of the keyboard shortcuts for OS X, and I’ve learned a few new ones for cool apps like SizeUp and the suggested text editor Sublime Text 2. However, I’ve been trying to figure out how to ‘jump to the end of a line’ aka how to replicate the function of the ‘end’ key for a couple weeks now, and just now figured it out. On accident. /o And now I realize why I was getting nowhere with Google. It’s on OS level shortcut, not specific to my text editor.
⌘ + left arrow
So there is the secret for anyone who is new to OS X and trying to find the ‘home’ key or the ‘end’ button. This appears to work for any program, including Sublime Text. And now, I can stop banging my head against this wall!
And for the record:
⌘ + right arrow
gets you to the beginning of the line, and up and down take you to the top and bottom of the entire document.