Thanks for the tips! Where’s that double shift quick open in vscode tho?
Sean Montana Romocki

On vscode is a little different. To find files, ctrl + pis enough. If you want to find symbols on the project, you can use ctrl + t or ctrl + p and start the search with “#”. To find symbols on current file you can use ctrl + p and start the search with “@”. You can group those symbols by type with “@:”. In the end, the ctrl + p open a panel to do everything that you need, but may be necessary to use a prefix, like “@”, “#” and “>”.

The symbols search depends of the language server that you’re using. And may not work properly. But it is getting better.


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