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I’ve previously written about customizing keyboard shortcuts in VS Code, but what about those shortcuts that are already set that are difficult to remember? That’s what today’s post is about, specifically three shortcuts related to manipulating a single line:
I’ve seen this sometimes referred to as “rectangular selection”, multiple cursors allows you to edit multiple lines simultaneously.
The default keybinding is:
⌥ + ⌘ + Up/Down Arrow
VS Code refers to this as “adding a cursor”.
Also known as “Moving” a line, the default binding is:
⌥ + Up/Down Arrow
The default keybinding in VS Code is:
⇧ + ⌥ + Up/Down Arrow
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