Atom Cheat Sheet

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Here is the cheatsheat of Atom and basic guide on how to use Atom

Shortcuts[edit | edit source]

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Tree[edit | edit source]

Shortcut Description
⌘\ Toggle tree
⌘⇧\ Reveal current file

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Comments[edit | edit source]

Shortcut Description
⌘/ Toggle comments

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View[edit | edit source]

Shortcut Description
⌘k Split pane to the left
⌘⌥= Grow pane
⌘⌥- Shrink pane
^⇧← Move tab to left

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Bracket matcher[edit | edit source]

Shortcut Description
^m Go to matching bracket
^] Remove brackets from selection
^⌘m Select inside brackets
⌥⌘. Close tag

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Symbols view[edit | edit source]

Shortcut Description
^⌥↓ Jump to declaration under cursor
^⇧r Show tags

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Symbols view enables Ctags support for Atom.

See: Symbols view

Git[edit | edit source]

^⇧9 | Show Git pane |
^⇧8 | Show GitHub pane |

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Editing[edit | edit source]

Shortcut Description
⌘d Select word
⌘l Select line
⌘↓ Move line down
⌘↑ Move line up
⌘⏎ New line below
⌘⇧⏎ New line above
⌘⇧k Delete line
⌘⇧d Duplicate line

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Project[edit | edit source]

Shortcut Description
⌘⇧p Command palette
⌘⇧a Add project folder
⌘n New file
⌘⇧n New window
⌘f Find in file
⌘⇧f Find in project
⌘t Search files in project

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Notes[edit | edit source]

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  • For Windows and Linux, is the Control key.
  • For macOS, it’s the Command key.

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  • For Windows and Linux, is the Alt key.
  • For macOS, it’s the Option key.

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