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Archive for the ‘Visual Studio Code’ Category

Visual Studio Code direct download links

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/08/14

Visual Studio Code download links:

Via:

–jeroen

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Visual Studio direct download links

Posted by jpluimers on 2019/05/07

For my link archive:

–jeroen

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When Google Search returns one link twice in the results, thinking it was published on two different dates.

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/09/13

I laughed when https://www.google.com/#q=visual%20studio%20code%20indent%20settings%20per%20file%20type got me the first link twice (see below screenshot).

But I was glad that that link to [WayBack] visual studio code – How to set per-filetype tab size? – Stack Overflow.

This one:

In addition, it taught me how to configure the settings.json with md specific settings, which – despite the IDE indicating the JSON is invalid – just works: markdown indentation is now 2 character positions.

    "[md]": {
      "editor.tabSize": 2
    }

The search result:

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Pretty printing HTML is the same as formatting code: How do you format code in Visual Studio Code (VSCode) – Stack Overflow

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/07/18

I was looking for a HTML pretty printer (…) but in Visual Studio code, that is called code formatting, which supports many languages out of the box (including HTML) without requiring extensions like Atom.io (see below).

The shortcuts are at [WayBack] How do you format code in Visual Studio Code (VSCode) – Stack Overflow.

For Mac OS X/OS X/MacOS they are (the second one only appears when you have a code selection):

  • document: ShiftOptionF
  • selection: CommandK CommandF

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Some useful Visual Studio Keyboard bindings – via my comment at “Allow for floating windows · Issue #10121 · Microsoft/vscode · GitHub”

Posted by jpluimers on 2018/05/30

The thread at [WayBack]: Allow for floating windows · Issue #10121 · Microsoft/vscode · GitHub made me discover a few things, which I have commented there.

Reminder to self: find the Windows keyboard shortcuts as well.

Thanks @steinhh for the CmdK O keyboard combination. I was not aware of that yet and I am going to use this next week on a multi-monitor system to see how well that works.

Your tip made me found the PDFs below and made me make the lists/screenshots below as well.

Terrific! Thank you, thank you!

The bindings (on Mac) I found with their screenshots:

  • CmdShiftP: show all commands
    screenshot 2018-05-20 15 27 30
  • CmdK O: open current file in new Window
  • CmdShiftN: open a new window
    screenshot 2018-05-20 15 27 00
  • CmdK CmdR: open keyboard shortcuts reference PDF for current OS in the default web-browser
  • CmdK CmdS: open keyboard shortcuts editor
    screenshot 2018-05-20 15 24 07

The keyboard shortcuts editor has a search which can find bindings on the keybinding name itself or the command name:

  • screenshot 2018-05-20 15 31 58
  • screenshot 2018-05-20 15 33 19

–jeroen

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