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I want to jump to the previous (or next) position in Sublime Text 2.

  • C-i, C-o in vim.
  • Ctrl-, Ctrl= in Visual Studio.

How can I do it in Sublime?

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I suspect that it's Ctrl-I/Ctrl-O if you activate vintage mode. – romainl Oct 21 '12 at 6:30
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I activate vintage mode. but I can't. Do you mean activate VintageEx mode? I'll try it. – user1762538 Oct 21 '12 at 7:19
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There's a plugin, described here, that adds navigation history.

Copy the Python script in your Packages directory.

Then add these lines to your key bindings configuration file, to have Visual Studio like binding:

{ "keys": ["ctrl+minus"], "command": "navigation_history_back"},
{ "keys": ["ctrl+="], "command": "navigation_history_forward"}
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Supposedly this feature is built-in to Sublime 3 – BlueRaja - Danny Pflughoeft Dec 20 '13 at 17:09

I know this question is asked long time back. But I will anyway answer for future reference.

This is already integrated in Sublime Text 3 now. Shortcut keys are,

Shift + Alt + Minus = Jump Back Alt + Minus = Jump Forward.

This is discussed in this stackoverflow thread

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Actually Alt+Minus jumps back and Shift+Alt+Minus jumps forward. – Zenadix Jun 23 '15 at 20:53

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