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Visual Studio Code: Shortcuts, Tips, and Tricks (Mac and Windows)



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In this video I show you the best shortcuts I use in Visual Studio Code, as well as a few tips and tricks thrown in for good measure.

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27 Comments on Visual Studio Code: Shortcuts, Tips, and Tricks (Mac and Windows)

  1. How to export and import custom shortcuts and package in visual studio code? Please make a video on this topic?

  2. Hi I have just watched your tutorial it was very useful. So thank you for taking the time to help others like me it is appreciated.

  3. i need to create a VB application for compare two EXCEL file and result to export

  4. Really helpful. Some of the shortcuts were new to me. Thanks

  5. well done sir, well done.

  6. I want use ctrl+d to duplicate current line. How I can handle it???

  7. hey, how can that little right column from the editor be removed?

  8. You sucks. I like the info u provide but the way u r presenting/talking is total shit. Man up. Bring Fluency in ur talking.
    Act like a teacher or professional. Not like a jack-ass dude , whack o. SPEAK CLEARLY. This is YouTube.
    Not only Britain's people gonna watch, but the whole wide world. By the way, I am from Nepal.
    Keep rolling. Improve urself.

  9. grat tutral thar bud.

  10. How can I reset the shortcuts? Cause they're not working please!!!

  11. In my visual studio code version 1.16.0, and i am using mac, the command to open integrated terminal is "ctrl + `"(control and back tick)

  12. Could somebody help me? It's a total noob mistake, and I have a general idea of what might be wrong, but I can't figure it out!
    "Failed to load jshint library. Please install jshint in your workspace folder using 'npm install jshint' or globally using 'npm install -g jshint' and then press Retry."

    So, I try to run it in the integrated terminal in VS code and…
    "npm : The term 'npm' is not recognized as the name of a cmdlet, function, script file, or operable program. Check the spelling of the name, or if a path was
    included, verify that the path is correct and try again."

    Apparently my Path variable is not right, but I don't know why? I tried to do several "fixes", but nothing changes. So, I can't do much with javascript and I can't fix it. I'm in a perpetual loop of trying to solve this problem. I searched it on google, but of course, everybody is not having this exact issue. They're talking about something else? I'm talking about VS code and these guys are having trouble installing node.js? I'm confused and just need to know how to fix this infuriating crap!

  13. After type "Ctrl+F2" you can press "Alt" and Click a word to deselect it. Or even press Alt and drag mouse to select one others!

  14. how to you jump to a method declaration like in intelje

  15. R U doing this on PC? ;D

  16. “You know nothing, Jon Snow.”

  17. thanks for this video. very helpful

  18. You sound a bit like Jon Snow!

  19. IDE for Mac looks different from Windows. How so ?

  20. I love the git sidebar (crtl + shift + G to open).

  21. Thanks for side-by-side windows and multiple cursor replacement. Needed those.

  22. Very helpfull video =D!

  23. Great video. Just a heads-up – to open the terminal Mac OS, the keyboard shortcut is control + ` (not command).

  24. Really useful, thanks for sharing man….!!!!

  25. are you using Windows or Mac operating system?

  26. Awesome video! I just downloaded visual studio code recently so this is great info! Thanks for the video

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