Sublime Text 2 is a text editor for OS X, Linux and Windows, currently in beta.
When you paste some text on top of a different piece of text, the selection gets replaced by the pasted text, and this is useful.
If the pasted text is equal to the selected text, nothing happens, thus not useful.
What I purpose is to smarten up this behavior by evoking the duplicate command (super+shift+d) when the selected text is equal to the pasted text.
This would allow for people to use Copy+Paste instead of having to learn a new shortcut (super+shift+d).
I think will be possible offer an appcast for both 32 and 64bits versions using WinSparkle:
Being able to maneuver multiple cursors is really awesome. The following is a list of things that I think would be really, really great :)
- Make is possible to focus cursors when multiple exists (i.e. leave some of the multiple cursors idle). This could be activated by clicking the cursor you want to focus with your mouse while holding down some keys but preferable some hotkeys should exist as well. Once a single cursor has the focus it would also be great with hotkeys for focusing the previous/next cursor
- Make it possible to spawn a new cursor at the some position as the current one(s) leaving the old one(s) idle. This could work a quick bookmark functionality together with the previous suggestions but I could find a lot of other fun uses like pre/post-fixing a word at the same time: spawn cursor, ctrl + w, ctrl + f, extend cursor selection to previous cursor, start typing.
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