Hey all, loving sublime so far!
There is a hotkey I'm not finding.. which probably means it doesn't exist yet. What I'd like to do is have some mode where you are moving around a block of code with one cursor, and pressing a key to mark a spot for a multi-cursor edit. When you have all the cursors added you press another key to start multi-editing.
Basically it would work like CTRL-clicking with your mouse, but you do it via the keyboard.
For example... given the following block of php code:
$myArray = array(
Lets say my cursor is in front of the first "=>". I want to move through the code with the arrow keys and drop a multi-cursor in front of the other "=>'s. Then, I press some key combo to actually start multi-editing .. at which point maybe I'm just added a space in front of each '=>'.
Unrelated side question:
I know CTRL-F3 (windows) finds the next item matching your current selection... is there a way I can have that item added to the selection. Basically a version of ALT-F3 that selects matches one-at-a-time instead of just selecting all matches in the file?