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.SUBLIME-KEYMAP File Extension

File TypeSublime Text Keymap File

DeveloperJon Skinner
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What is a SUBLIME-KEYMAP file?

Keymap file used by Sublime Text, an open source text editor used to edit source code; contains key bindings in JSON format, which allows you to associate application actions with different keystrokes.

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Here's an example data segment from a SUBLIME-KEYMAP file used in Windows:
{ "keys": [ctrl+shift+t], "command": "reopen_last_file" }

And another example for a SUBLIME-KEYMAP file used in OS X:
{ "keys": [super+shift+t], "command": "reopen_last_file" }

Sublime Text comes with a default SUBLIME-KEYMAP file, which is located in the /Packages/Default directory, and a user SUBLIME-KEYMAP file, which is located in the /Packages/User directory.

NOTE: You can access the keymap files through the application menu by selecting Preferences → Key Bindings - Default or Key Bindings - User.

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Updated 10/7/2014


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