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Add support for multiple cursor in the code editor #1006

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radaniba opened this Issue Jan 27, 2016 · 4 comments

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radaniba commented Jan 27, 2016

Today I missed that feature, I usually use editors like SublimeText, Atom or PyCharm, they all have that keybinding to make a multiple cursor selection

It would be great to have this somehow implemented in the notebook

Any ideas ?

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takluyver commented Jan 27, 2016

Multiple cursors are possible - on my system I can Ctrl + click to create them. I forget if there's a keyboard shortcut, but somebody else should be able to tell you.

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willingc commented Jan 27, 2016

@radaniba This mailing list thread gives a bit of detail on the subject.

Here are some documents that you may find helpful on configuring the notebook frontend and keyboard shortcuts:
Configuring the notebook frontend

Keyboard shortcut configuration

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slundberg commented Feb 15, 2016

Codemirror (used by Jupyter) already supports multiple cursors, but the key bindings used in Jupyter don't match the ones you would expect as a Sublime or Atom user. To make cmd-D (or ctrl-D) work see: #278

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radaniba commented Feb 15, 2016

@takluyver @willingc @slundberg Thank you, yes indeed ! that worked for me as well. Thank you guys

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