Itai Ferber 5 years ago • updated 5 years ago 2
Xcode (the Objective-C IDE) has a great feature where you can simultaneously edit all occurrences of a string at once within a given scope. This is really handy when renaming method parameters or variable names — it saves a lot of time, and prevents any of the mishaps that Find and Replace and introduce. This would be a great addition to Sublime Text 2...

I use the built-in Command+D (or Control+D for the Winders) to handle this in a slightly more manual way. Sublime is less "scope-aware" to minimize bloat, I think -- not to discount your need for the feature.

When I work in XCode I constantly miss Command+D since I find it more flexible. 

Though I will admit that Control+Command+E for Edit all in Scope in XCode is really really handy and I also use that in Sublime Text (which luckily doesn't do anything).

Ha, I'd actually forgotten about Command+D, so thanks for that. :)

Yep, Command+D works, but is obviously more tedious, and will occasionally highlight text I don't want (substrings in other words that are unrelated). It also doesn't respect scope, but I guess I can use it regardless.