I’m using a Mac Mini with OS X El Capitan (v. 10.11) with Sublime Text v.2.0.2.
Today, Sublime Text shortcuts like
Cmd + / (line comment),
Cmd + D (multiple selection),
Cmd + F (find) and others stopped working. I had no problem with those key bindings before until today.
Based on research, I found that it could be caused by packages installed to Sublime Text. Aha! It could be the GoToClass package that I just installed today! I uninstalled it since I was desperate and the package didn’t work as I need it to anyway. Still no luck, my favorite Sublime Text shortcuts still didn’t work.
I decided to revert my Sublime Text into a clean install. That fixed my key bindings that stopped working.
I’ll show you how.
First, quit Sublime Text 2.
Then remove the “Sublime Text 2” folder that’s located at
~/Library/Application Support/. You may try to do so by running this command in the terminal:
rm -rf ~/Library/Application\ Support/Sublime\ Text\ 2/
FYI: The backslashes are required to escape the white spaces in file/folder names.
rm is the command for removing files/folders. The
-rf flag means that we want to remove the folder we specified and all its contents recursively.
Once deleted, run Sublime Text 2 again. You’ll notice that it’s back to its freshly installed state. 🙂