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I could not find a plugin that does this, so I wrote one. Installation instructions are available at https://github.com/philsinatra/HTMLNestedComments


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I still use Dreamweaver mostly because its "specific tag" search. You can find, remove, strip and change everything easily. On your case you can find every div tag that has myClass class and remove tag with content. It only takes 5 sec to have your wanted result. You can see how it works on this link ...


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I'm not sure if this works on every platform, but (in the Linux version at least) even though the text no longer appears selected, the search/replace module(?) seems to know where the text was selected. You can click the "In selection" control (the right-most button just to the left of the "Find What:" box - the icon is a dark rectangle with a light centre) ...


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Yes, at least in PHPStorm 8. It's Alt+j by default.


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Unfortunately, I don't think there's a way to do this within Sublime. You can look at the source code, though. There will be a file with the ".sublime-commands" extension, in which you can find this information. For the Git plugin: https://github.com/kemayo/sublime-text-git/blob/master/Default.sublime-commands


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Instead of figuring out how capturing groups work in regular expressions, you can use Sublime's multiple cursors: Type in the regular expression in the Find drawer as before. Hit Alt+Enter to select all domain names. Hit " to wrap them in quotes, just like you would on one domain name.


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Sublime's multiple cursors are really powerful. Combined with regular expressions, you can do a lot of cool things within the editor, including this. Hit Ctrl+F to open the Find drawer. Make sure Regular Expressions are turned on (Alt+R to toggle). Type (.|\n){1,160}[ .!?]. If you hit Enter a few times, you'll see each page selected in turn. Hit Alt+Enter ...


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You can use Sublime's built-in capabilities to do this in 3 to 7 key strokes (not including the regex to be matched). Step 1: Multi-select all matching lines Option 1: To multi-select all lines containing a substring Select the string of interest. Hit Alt+F3 to multi-select all occurences. Hit Ctrl+L (Expand Selection to Line). Option 2: To ...


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If you show the result in sublime text then two way is there 1) GOTO tools menu and click on built tools>built 2) use short-cut ctrl+B


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I had the same question as you and solved it with anazimok's comment in the link below. http://stackoverflow.com/questions/15929527/search-results-panel-for-sublimetext-2: You could use Find All and then Cmd+F2 to set bookmarks. The Find Result Panel is for Find In Files. Cmd+Shift+F uncheck "Use Buffer" option and you would see the Find Result ...


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If you have GNU tools installed you can do this from the command line. You haven't specified how you'd like to break these pages aside from by the number of characters. split can do this using the -b parameter. Something like: # split -b 160 inputfile split Should do it. Double the byte count if you are using a multibyte character set. If you're using ...


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Sublime text's command line options includes a new window option -n. Here's an example using your code above: bash> sublime_text --project $path_to_project -n & This will open the project with a brand new window, instead of focusing your already opened project. For reference here's the documentation on sublimes command line arguments


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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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Note: Somewhere along the line they took the " 2" off the end of the app name... When they did that all of the docs that show how to get subl to work became obsolete. The old answers still work if you remove the " 2" from the end of Sublime Text 2


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Yes, the equivalent to sublime text Cmd+D is Ctrl+G in PHPStorm



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