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highlight multiple occurrences

Lee Connell 6 years ago • updated by adzenith 6 years ago 1
You can use Ctrl + D to highlight the next occurrence of a word, but how bout an option to do that automatically like notepad++ or pydev does.  It highlights all occurrences of the word at the cursor automatically.
Duplicate of http://sublimetext.userecho.com/topic/23709-upon-selecting-a-word-highlight-all-occurrences/