apm install command-palette-plus
Or search for the
command-palette-plus package via
Settings > Packages. Read more on Atom Packages.
A few examples sprinkled with a little bias:
git-link: Will display links to pages if you are in a git repository. Common pages like Issues, Pull Requests, and one for the repository are also available. Planned support to copy links directly from the command palette upon selection by triggering additional hotkeys.
open-plugin: Will provide options to jump to the package settings, or config.cson at the relevant line. Planned support to also open different packages quickly without needing to configure it in package-manager first.
No keymaps are currently set by default.
I recommended you configure your own keybindings and use what is comfortable for you. You can do this by going to
Settings > Keybindings or open it from the Command Pallete using
Application: Open Your Keymap.
||Opens the pallete in search mode.|
||Opens the pallete in command mode.|
Note: For Mac,
ctrl can be replaced with
Good question. Short answer is, well, because I wanted to create something myself that also helps me jump between locations of interest, do more things and also because I wanted to see if I can create packages using React.
This decision was further reinforced for the following reasons:
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