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Tuesday, August 27, 2013

Previous Next File In XCode

So, you want to use XCode as your primary editor for all kinds of project files, huh?

Well one of the most annoying features of XCode is its insistence that you operate on one file at a time. Most modern IDEs care about keeping a list of files you've edited recently at the top of the screen. XCode is like a honeybadger. XCode don't care.

So, the saving grace of XCode is that it has Previous/Next file commands in its default key bindings. Therefore:



If you want to navigate to the previously edited file:
CTRL + CMD +

If you have navigated backwards and you want to navigate forwards again:
CTRL + CMD +


Annnnnd, now you can be somewhat productive again!




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