Over the past week I’ve discovered that not only can I copy the file path of my document by right-clicking and selecting “copy file path” in <a href=”http://www.sublimetext.com/” target=”_blank”>Sublime Text</a>, the text editor also allows me to short-handedly insert a comment by typing command-/ on the mac.

In other words, instead of typing out <!–comment–> in HTML or /*Comment*/ in CSS, I’d just have to press two keys!

And instead of trying to memorize file paths when I commit files, all I’d have to do is right-click-copy!

Hurrah for small, seconds-saving victories.


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