The Sublime Text 3 Keyboard Shortcuts Cheat Sheet

The Sublime Text 3 Keyboard Shortcuts Cheat Sheet

The Sublime Text 3 Keyboard Shortcuts Cheat Sheet

Shortcut

Action

Menu Control

Ctrl + Shift + N

New window

Ctrl + Shift + W

Close window

Ctrl + O

Open file

Ctrl + Shift + T

Reopen last file

Ctrl + N

New file

Ctrl + S

Save file

Ctrl + Shift + S

Save file as

Ctrl + F4

Close file

Ctrl + W

Close Sublime

Windows, Files, and Tabs

Ctrl + KB

Toggle sidebar

Ctrl + Page Down/Page Up

Move to next/previous open tab

Ctrl + Tab/Ctrl + Shift + Tab

Move to next/previous open tab by stack (order they were opened)

Ctrl + Shift + T

Reopen last closed tab

Ctrl +/-

Zoom — increase/decrease font size

Ctrl + P

Quick Open — Show file list of currently opened file

Shift + F11

Toggle Distraction-free mode

Ctrl + Alt + Up

Column selection up

Ctrl + Alt + Down

Column selection down

Ctrl + Shift + P

Command Prompt

Ctrl + Shift + Alt + P

Show Scope in status bar

F11

Toggle Full Screen mode

Split Window

Alt + Shift + 1

Split layout to 1 column

Alt + Shift + 2

Split layout to 2 columns

Alt + Shift + 3

Split layout to 3 columns

Alt + Shift + 4

Split layout to 4 columns

Alt + Shift + 5

Split layout to 2 vertical and 2 horizontal grids (4 Groups)

Alt + Shift + 8

Split layout to 2 rows

Ctrl +

Jump to group where NUM is 1–4

Ctrl + Shift +

Move file to specified group where NUM is 1–4

Ctrl + K, then Arrow Up (with Ctrl pressed)

Open new pane, and move current window into new pane

Ctrl + K, then Arrow Down

Close current pane

Ctrl + K, then Arrow Left/Arrow Right

Move to next pane to the left arrow/right arrow

Ctrl + K, then Ctrl + Shift + Arrow Right/Arrow Left

Open new tab in pane to the left arrow/right arrow

Alt + 1…0

Jump to tab 1..10 in current pane

Navigation

Ctrl + Arrow Left/Arrow Right

Move one word left arrow/right arrow

Alt + Arrow Left/Arrow Right

Move one sub-word left arrow/right arrow

Page Up/Page Down

Move one page up arrow/down arrow

Home/End

Move to beginning of line/end of line

Ctrl + Arrow Up/Arrow Down

Scroll page up arrow/down arrow without changing cursor position

Ctrl + M

Move to opening bracket of faction, repeat for closing bracket

Ctrl + R

Show Function List and navigate

Ctrl + Shift + R

Show Function List without changing cursor position

Ctrl+;

Go to word in current file

Alt+ -/+ on Numeric Keypad

Jump forward/backwards to/from previous positions or selections

Selection

Shift + Arrow Left/Arrow Right

Extend selection one character left arrow/right arrow

Ctrl + Shift + Arrow Left/Arrow Right

Extend selection one word left arrow/right arrow

Alt + Shift + Arrow Left/Arrow Right

Extend selection one sub-word left arrow/right arrow

Shift + Arrow Up/Arrow Down

Extend selection one line up arrow/down arrow

Shift + Page Up/Page Down

Extend selection one page up arrow/down arrow

Shift + Home/End

Extend selection to beginning/end of line

Ctrl + Shift + Home/End

Extend selection to beginning of file/end of file

Ctrl + A

Select All

Ctrl + L

Select Line

Ctrl + D

Select current word, continue press D for expanding selection. Then continue in multi-line editing mode

Alt + F3

Select all occurrences of current word, then continue in multi-line editing mode

Ctrl + Shift + L

With multiple lines selected — enter multi-line editing mode.

Esc

Cancel selection

Ctrl + Shift + J

Select lines in this indention

Ctrl + Shift + A

Expand selection

Ctrl + Shift + Space

Expand selection

Ctrl + Shift + M

Select current function enclosed by brackets or parentheses

Ctrl + KU

Change selection to upper case

Ctrl + KL

Change selection to lower case

Cut, Copy, and Delete

Shift + Delete

Cut

Ctrl + Insert

Copy

Shift + Insert

Paste

Ctrl + X

Cut

Ctrl + C

Copy

Ctrl + V

Paste

Ctrl + Shift + V

Paste and match current indention

Ctrl + KV

Paste from History

Delete

Delete character to the right

Backspace

Delete character to the left

Ctrl + Backspace

Delete word to the left

Ctrl + Delete

Delete word to the right

Ctrl + Shift + Backspace

Delete from cursor to beginning of line

Ctrl + Shift + Delete

Delete from cursor to end of line

Undo and Redo

Ctrl + Z

Undo

Ctrl + Shift + Z

Redo

Ctrl + Y

Redo or repeat

Find and Replace

Ctrl + F

Find

F3

Find next

Shift + F3

Find previous

Alt + F3 (After selecting)

Replace every selection

Ctrl + H

Replace

Ctrl + I

Incremental search

Ctrl + Shift + F

Find in Files

Ctrl + F, Alt + Enter

Find then Multi Edits

Ctrl + E

Use selection to find field

Ctrl + Shift + E

Use selection to replace field

Line Manipulation

Ctrl + Shift + Arrow Up/Arrow Down

Move line or selection up arrow/down arrow

Ctrl + Enter

Insert line after and position cursor at beginning of new line

Ctrl + J

Join line below at end of current line

Ctrl + Shift + Arrow Down

Duplicate lines (on Sublime 3 on Windows this seem to no longer work, try Ctrl+Shift+D instead)

Ctrl + T

Transpose

F9

Sort Lines (case sensitive)

Shift + F9

Sort Lines (case insensitive)

Ctrl + ] /

Unfold selection

Ctrl + K, Then Press 1

Fold all

Ctrl + K, Then press J

Unfold all

Ctrl + 2/9

Fold level

Comments

Ctrl + /

Comment line

Ctrl + Shift + /

Block comment

Bookmarking

Ctrl + F2

New bookmark

F2

Next Bookmark

Shift + F2

Previous bookmark

Ctrl + Shift + F2

Clear bookmarks

Miscellaneous

F6

Toggle spell checking

Ctrl + F6

Find next misspelling

Ctrl + Shift + F6

Find previous misspelling

Ctrl+`

Toggle Console

Alt + V, then W

Toggle word wrap — View — Word wrap

More Tips for Sublime Text Editing

While keyboard shortcuts can transform your Sublime Text experience by themselves, there are more ways to create a faster and more productive workflow. By the way, you’ll also use the program for taking notes. After all, Sublime Text has all the required ingredients to form a stellar note-taking app for programmers!

Conclusion

I hope you found this guide useful. If you’ve got any questions or comments, don’t hesitate to use the shape below.

User Questions:

- How do I see all keyboard shortcuts?

There are plenty of shortcuts hidden inside your keyboard; follow these instructions to get all of them. Press Ctrl + Alt + ? on your keyboard. The keyboard shortcut overview is now open.

What is Alt F4?

Alt+F4 may be a keyboard shortcut frequently wont to close the currently active window. … If you would like to shut a tab or window open during a program but not close the entire program, use the Ctrl + F4 keyboard shortcut.

What is sublime super key?

The key bindings are defined within the file. Sublime-keymap includes all the key-value combinations. Here super is that the Winkey in Windows or Linux, and command on OSX OS. Note that this code will run the macro located in Packages/User and a semicolon.

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