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I am working on a file and made some changes I'd like to undo. Is there anyway that I can undo changes that were made in the part of the file where my insertion point currently is? I do not want to undo the changes I made in other parts of the file, only on this specific line.

This would come in handy when working on large files, because I can go back to one specific place and only undo changes for that one area.

I'm using Sublime Text 3 on Mac OSX 10.9.2

Any help is appreciated. I tried searching Google but found nothing. I think that I do not know the terms for this kind of thing (if there are any).

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I would save the changes as a new file, undo the changes, save again as a different file, then DIFF the 2 files and merge the changes you want. But no... the undo function is reverse-sequential only, as far as I know. –  Wutnaut May 7 at 20:58
    
I concur with Wutanut. @Wutnaut, you should post this as an answer so the OP can accept it and we can up vote it. –  Duncan C May 8 at 16:14

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Unfortunately, the undo function is reverse-sequential only.

I would save the changes as a new file, undo the changes, save again as a different file, then DIFF the 2 files and merge the changes you want.

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