This topic describes the general shortcuts of the code editor.

Shortcuts for Google Chrome in Windows

Ctrl+S: Save the configuration.

Ctrl+Z: Cancel the action.

Ctrl+Y: Redo the action.

Ctrl+D: Select identical strings.

Ctrl+X: Cut a line.

Ctrl+Shift+K: Delete a line.

Ctrl+C: Copy the current line.

Ctrl+I: Select a line.

Shift+Alt+Drag: Multi-select consecutive lines to modify the content.

Alt+Click: Multi-select specific lines and indent them by pressing Tab.

Ctrl+Shift+L: Place the cursor after identical strings for batch edit.

Ctrl+F: Search for specific content.

Ctrl+H: Replace the searched data with required content.

Ctrl+G: Locate the specific line.

Alt+Enter: Select all matching strings.

Alt+↓ or Alt+↑: Move the current line down or up.

Shift+Alt+↓ or Shift+Alt+↑: Copy the current line down or up.

Shift+Ctrl+K: Delete the current line.

Ctrl+Enter or Shift+Ctrl+Enter: Move the cursor one line down or up.

Shift+Ctrl+\: Move the cursor to matching parentheses.

Ctrl+] or Ctrl+[: Increase or decrease the units of indentation.

Home or End: Move the cursor to the beginning or end of the current line.

Ctrl+Home or Ctrl+End: Move the cursor to the beginning or end of the current file.

Ctrl+→ or Ctrl+←: Move the cursor one word to the right or left.

Shift+Ctrl+[ or Shift+Ctrl+]: Hide or show the area that is pointed by the cursor.

Ctrl+K+Ctrl+[ or Ctrl+K+Ctrl+]: Hide or show the sub-area that is pointed by the cursor.

Ctrl+K+Ctrl+0 or Ctrl+K+Ctrl+j: Hide or show all areas.

Ctrl+/: Comment or uncomment the line or code block that is pointed by the cursor.

Shortcuts for Google Chrome in Mac

Cmd+S: Save the configuration.

Cmd+Z: Cancel the action.

Cmd+Y: Redo the action.

Cmd+D: Select identical strings.

Cmd+X: Cut a line.

Cmd+Shift+K: Delete a line.

Cmd+C: Copy the current line.

Cmd+I: Select the current line.

Cmd+F: Search for specific content.

Cmd+Alt+F: Replace the searched data with required content.

Alt+↓ or Alt+↑: Move the current line down or up.

Shift+Alt+↓ or Shift+Alt+↑: Copy the current line down or up.

Shift+Cmd+K: Delete the current line.

Cmd+Enter or Shift+Cmd+Enter: Move the cursor one line down or up.

Shift+Cmd+\: Move the cursor to matching parentheses.

Cmd+] or Cmd+[: Increase or decrease the units of indentation.

Cmd+← or Cmd+→: Move the cursor to the beginning or end of the current line.

Cmd+↑ or Cmd+↓: Move the cursor to the beginning or end of the current file.

Alt+→ or Alt+←: Move the cursor one word to the right or left.

Alt+Cmd+[ or Alt+Cmd+]: Hide or show the area that is pointed by the cursor.

Cmd+K+Cmd+[ or Cmd+K+Cmd+]: Hide or show the sub-area that is pointed by the cursor.

Cmd+K+Cmd+0 orCmd+K+Cmd+j: Hide or show all areas.

Cmd+/: Comment or uncomment the line or code block that is pointed by the cursor.

Multiple selections

Alt+Click: Insert cursors.

Alt+Cmd+↑ or Alt+Cmd+↓: Move cursors up or down.

Cmd+U: Undo last cursor actions.

Shift+Alt+I: Insert cursors at the end of each line in the selected code block.

Cmd+G or Shift+Cmd+G: Find the next or previous string.

Cmd+F2: Select all the pointed strings.

Shift+Cmd+L: Select all the pointed lines.

Alt+Enter: Select all matching strings.

Shift+Alt+Drag: Multi-select lines.

Shift+Alt+Cmd+↑ or Shift+Alt+Cmd+↓: Multi-select lines vertically.

Shift+Alt+Cmd+← or Shift+Alt+Cmd+→: Multi-select lines horizontally.