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Multiple Text Cursors with Arrow Keys in Sublime Text

While you can place multiple text cursors in Sublime Text with Cmd–Click (Mac) or Ctrl–Click (Windows), here's another technique that comes in handy.

Hold Ctrl–Shift (Mac) or Ctrl–Alt (Windows) and hit Up or Down Arrow to place an additional text cursor above or below the current cursor.

Multiple cursors coding tip

Windows Users: Ctrl–Alt and Arrow keys may rotate the screen. You may need to change or disable those keystrokes in your display settings.

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