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Sublime Text Window-Splitting Bliss

I'm trying out Sublime Text again, and I'm really missing how easy it is to split windows in jEdit. In jEdit, you just do:

  • Command+2 to split the window horizontally.
  • Command+3 to split the window vertically.
  • Command+0 to unsplit the window.

Well, it turns out you can do this in Sublime Text! First, install the Origami plugin. Then add the following keybindings:

    { "keys": ["super+0"], "command": "destroy_pane", "args": {"direction": "self"} },
    { "keys": ["super+2"], "command": "create_pane_with_cloned_file", "args": {"direction": "right"} },
    { "keys": ["super+3"], "command": "create_pane_with_cloned_file", "args": {"direction": "down"} }

Now you can split your windows super-easily. Origami's default keybindings are pretty hard to remember and use, but the above is all you need.

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