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Back when I started using TextMate, its cmd-T file finder completely changed the way I browse and read code. When I switched to Janus last year, it was only because I found the excellent Command-T plugin for vim.

These days, though, I find myself reading most new code in my browser on GitHub. And I really miss cmd-T.

So, I did the only thing that made sense: I added cmd-T to GitHub.

Try it out: just hit t on any repo's file or directory view.

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