I’ll only list those I find useful.
<C-Down>: move up ↑ / down ↓ without changing cursor position.
<C-g>: go to line number.
<C-p>: go to other files.
<C-S-p>: show Command Palette.
<C-b>: toggle left side bar.
<C-j>: toggle Terminal.
Searching / Replacing
As usual, it supports custom selection range and regular expressions as expected. Transformations preserving cases are possible.
<F3>: jump to next matching word. It also opens the search dialog box with the previously used search pattern if the search dialog box is not present.
<S-F3>: jump to previous matching word. It also opens the search dialog box with the previously used search pattern if the search dialog box is not present.
Editing / Selection
<C-S-Enter>: insert empty new line below / above current line. It works like
<Alt-Down>: swap selected lines (or current line) up ↑ / down ↓.
<Alt-S-Down>: duplicate selected lines (or current line) up ↑ / down ↓.
<C-x>: cut current line.
<C-l>: select current line and move cursor to the beginning of next line.
<C-]>: unindent / indent current line, like
<C-/>: toggle comment.
<C-d>: jump to next occurence of selected content, or select current word.
<C-Alt-Down>: add caret above / below.
I’ve switched to Solarized Dark Theme because I like Solarized color scheme. This can be done by
- input theme in the popup text field
- choose Preferences: Color Theme.
- select your favorite plugin.
code --list-extensions to view the plugin list.
For detailed explanation, see my Simple Document Templates.
p: choose output file format.