I find myself relying more and more on Sublime Text for my coding needs and as such I’m always on the lookout for a shortcut for my everyday Mac needs (as you guys know from my AppleScript shortcuts a while back).
Here’s a quick way to launch your files/folders from Terminal in Sublime.
My third blog post is gonna be the shortest one yet. I’ve only been using XCode for about 4 months today, and for the first few months I actually started getting annoyed with the number of times I would move away from the keyboard and switch manually to another window, whether it was jumping between the source and header files, or starting the assistant editor, or jumping from one error to the next. Looking painstakingly each time to find the shortcuts in the menu won’t always help ‘cos face it you probably won’t remember them all.
Cocoa Samurai has made a truly wonderful list of ALL the XCode shortcuts available in his blog here and I simply had to share it with you. He’s gathered a list of over 200 XCode Keyboard Shortcuts. He’s even covered the simpler copy/paste ones (for those of you new to the mac in general & getting confused with the windows Alt).
There’s also GitHub version that makes forking the shortcuts out and creating your own version easier.