Sublime Text: Multiple cursors

Multiple cursors is a very neat Sublime Text feature, which I discovered lately. It allows you to edit a text or a word that occurs multiple times, at the same time. For instance if you have a variable named a, which should renamed to b in the whole document, you normally have to to search and replace. With this feature you only have to select a and then press ALT + F3, now you edit all occurrences as you can see in the animated gif below.

SublimeTextCurser

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