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Having Sublime Text 2 Text Editor:

Is it possible to search within all the tabs that are open? How?

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Yes.

Ctrl+F on Windows/Linux or +F on a Mac.

or just go to the menu "Find" and use the option almost at the bottom called "Find in Files".

To search in all open files, add this to the Where textbox:

<open files>

If you want to search in folders and such, please just look at the right of the textbox and see there's a button .... Click on it and it will show you options.

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Maybe I didn't express quite well. The thing is that I just want to search inside my open tabs (and nothing more). Is that possible? Maybe with a special character inside "Find in Files" dialog? – Santiago Agüero Oct 4 '12 at 17:35
    
I will edit answer right away. The answer is "yes" – Mamsaac Oct 4 '12 at 17:38
    
Yep, you're right! I should've read a little bit more of Sublime Documentation. Thanks @Mamsaac ! – Santiago Agüero Oct 4 '12 at 17:49

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