Enable sublime-like multiple cursors in any text field on the web using Cmd/Ctrl + D. How to use: - On any text field, select a…
Enable sublime-like multiple cursors in any text field on the web using Cmd/Ctrl + D. How to use: - On any text field, select a text block - Press CMD + D or Ctrl + D, this will enable multiple cursors and select the next occurrence of that same block with a new cursor. - You can keep pressing CMD/Ctrl + D to keep selecting more occurrences of that text. - Now you can simultaneously edit all the selected occurrences. Example usage, given the following text: I had an Apple today Apple is good for me I like Apple If you select the first "Apple" word and press CMD/Ctrl + D shortcut, this will select the next "Apple" while also keeping the first one selected at the same time. Pressing the key again will select the third occurrence of the word. Now if you type "Banana", this will change the text at all three places at the same time: I had an Banana today Banana is good for me I like Banana
- (2022-06-18) 陳泰澄: Not working.
- (2021-06-01) Keagan O'Donoghue: It works. 100% bug free