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unify shortcuts under windows and linux

Antoine Hebert 6 years ago • updated by Jon Skinner 6 years ago 1
I use sublime text on Windows and Linux and some shortcuts are different which is always confusing me. Specially the multiple selection which is shift+alt+down on linux ans ctrl+alt+down on windows.

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Key bindings are the same between Windows and Linux, except where platform conventions dictate otherwise (e.g. Ctrl+Q to quit on linux), or where the window manager will typically eat the key bindings on Linux.
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Key bindings are the same between Windows and Linux, except where platform conventions dictate otherwise (e.g. Ctrl+Q to quit on linux), or where the window manager will typically eat the key bindings on Linux.

Similarly, the shortcut keys seem to be very different on OS X versus Linux/Windows. Is the reason for this just because PC users are accustomed to Notepad++ or gedit or is there a more practical reason (except for the Command / Control switch)?

I switch between OS X and Linux a lot, so this difference drives me crazy.