Installation

To install Sublime Six, search for "Six" in Package Control.

Before using Sublime Six, make sure you've disabled any other Vim emulation in Sublime Text.

Sublime Six can be evaluated without restrictions, but a license must be purchased for continued use.

Available Motions

Below is a list including some of the commands that can be used today.

Motion Normal Mode Visual Mode Visual Line Mode
h --
j
k
l --
w --
b --
e --
$ --
0 --
gg
G
f --
F --
t --
T --

Available Operators

Below is a list including some of the commands that can be used today.

Operator Normal Mode Visual Mode Visual Line Mode
o -- --
O -- --
a -- --
A -- --
i -- --
I -- --
d
dd
D
c
cc -- --
C
s
S
y
Y
yy -- --
x
X
p
P
u -- --
q -- --
. -- --
@ -- --

Command Line Commands

Command Line mode commands are not representative of the planned features. They are provided early for convenience. Extensive support for command line mode will not be available in the first version of Sublime Six, but is planned for later versions.

Command
:w
:q

Remapping Keys

There's limited support for remapping keys and the system may change in future versions.

Example for remapping jj to Esc:

Put the following key binding in your user Default.sublime-keymap file.

{"keys": ["j", "j"], "command": "six_press_key", "args": {"key": "<Esc>"}, "context": [{"key": "six_is_in_insert_mode"}]}