As I’m still learning vscode, I’m keeping track of a cheat sheet for shortcuts and other functionality for the IDE.
The following is under Linux, specifically Debian 10 with XFCE.
- Edit a string in the entire file that matches exactly the string that you have highlighted. For example: you might have a comment, or a variable name, in a file that you want to find and change globally. Highlight the string and then type CTRL+Shift+L then type the replacement string and it will replace it everywhere in the file.
- Show All Opened Editors in Quick Open (edt command): CTRL+P
- List all functions and symbols in a file: CTRL+P and then type @