Sublime Text Clipboard Copy/Paste History

This is a little known secret of Sublime Text - the ability to have multiple items in your clipboard history and access them with the keyboard.

To access the clipboard history, simply hit ⌘ + K, ⌘ + V - so just add the ⌘ + K infront of your regular paste shortcut. Windows users swap out ⌘ with Ctrl.

Watch the video for a quick tutorial on how to use it with your workflow:

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