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Ctrl + Shift + Alt + Up/Down


In most emulations, the key combination Ctrl +Shift + Alt + Up (or Down) can be used to create multiple cursors on adjacent lines.

You can also create multiple cursors using Ctrl + Shift + |, move to the location where you want the cursor, then use Ctrl + Shift + |, then move to the next location, and repeat.  Easy to remember because vertical bar, |, looks like a cursor.

Multiple cursor mode can be cancelled in most emulations by hitting Escape.


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