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Monday, April 8, 2013

How to show Build Results panel in Sublime editor

If you like using Sublime editor when coding in Python you love the shortcut ctrl+b. It executes the python interpreter with your script as parameter and prints any stdout or error messages in a new Result panel at the bottom of the window. With a Esc you can instruct the editor to hide this new panel.

Unfortunately there isn't a default shortcut to bring the Result Panel back.


How to create a shortcut to open Tools -> Build Results -> Show Build Results.

From menu open Preferences -> Bindings -> User and copy this similar config there.
{ "keys": ["alt+b"], "command": "show_panel", "args": {"panel": "output.exec"} }

Now with every time you press alt+b the result panel will appear again with the previous output.


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