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Sublime Text 2 beginning/end of line shortcut
Hi, I'm not sure if it's because of the plugins or I'm running on Mountain Lion but I can't get the CMD + -> or <- to work.
Can anybody please drop me a working shortcut/any suggestions in the comments section?
Thanks in advance!
J.T. Gralka20,126 Points
In addition to James' suggestion, I would suggest you take a look at this YouTube video tutorial put out for free by the good folks at tuts+. The video dives deep into the nitty gritty essentials of SublimeText 2. I can honestly say that it's an excellent reference -- and yes, I know that it's over two hours long, but it's worth watching (at least in parts if you have the time).
I have to say that I absolutely love SublimeText 2 and use it on a daily basis at least six to eight hours per day. I am an absolute SublimeText 2 fanboy and would be more than happy to share more tips and tricks with you if you'd like.
Hopefully James' and my links are helpful for you, and if not, feel free to let us know!
Great link J.T., watched part of that video on their site to learn about multiple cursors. Which are absolutely amazing if you are a fumble-type like me and are constantly renaming and editing things.
I will say however that installing plugins is rather tedious (even with package control).
Thanks a lot for the suggestions. Will try them out :)
Hey guys, it was just bec of the Go-to-CSS-declaration plugin I installed. Removed it and the shortcuts work fine now. Thanks for the help!