Detects type of selection, line or keyword at caret and shifts it "up" or "down" on keyboard shortcut. If there's only one shiftable word in a line, it can be shifted without the caret touching it. Lowercase/uppercase or lower case with upper first character of shifted words is maintained.
Default keyboard shortcuts:
- Ctrl+Shift+Alt+Comma - Shift Down
- Ctrl+Shift+Alt+Period - Shift Up
- Ctrl+Shift+Alt+K - Shift Up More*
- Ctrl+Shift+Alt+J - Shift Down More*
Shift more: repeats shifting the selected value multiple times. The amount of repetitions can be configured in the plugin configuration (default: 10).
Supported generic shifting types:
- Shifting a multi-line selection sorts the lines alphabetically ascending/descending.
- Shifting a selection that is a camelCased (w/ lower or upper lead character) word pair, flips the order of the words.
- Shifting a single-line selection, that is a comma- or pipe-separated list, sorts the items ascending/descending.
- Shifting a single-line selection, that is a tupel, flips the items' order (delimiters: ":", "|", ", ", " - ", " + ", " < ", " > ", " <= ", " >= ", " == ", " != ", " === ", " !== ", " || ")
- Shifting a selection within a single line (that is not CSV), detects and swaps characters: single quote vs. double quote OR slash vs. backslash
- Numeric values - Increments/decrements numbers by 1
- Numeric block selection: opens dialog to chose: 1. in/decrement each or: 2. replace by enumeration
- UNIX (and millisecond based) timestamps - Increments/decrements by one day, shows a balloon info with the shifted date in human-readable format
- Selected (from questionmark on) ternary expressions - Swaps "than" and "else" statements
- PHP variables - Shifts to alphabetically next/previous variable found in current document ("shift more" shifts until first variable with a different first letter)
- Selected PHP array - Shifts among long and shorthand syntax (PHP >= 5.4)
- Selection of PHP concatenation from two strings / variables - Toggles order of the concatenated parts
- Shifting while caret is inside a PHP doc comment @param line that contains no data type, inserts a data type (guessed from the variable name)
- Shifting a selected HTML comment inside a PHP or PHTML file, converts it into a PHP block comment (and vice versa)
- Shifting a selected PHP doc comment block that contains @param comments w/ variable name but no data type, guesses and inserts data types
- Shifting w/ the caret touching a data type that is not wrapped in curly brackets, inside a jsDoc @param- adds the missing curly brackets
- Selected line of code ending with a trailing //-comment - Moves the comment into a new line before the code
- Strings wrapped in single/double quotes and backticks - Shifts to alphabetically next/previous quoted string found in current document
- CSS hex RGB colors - Shifts color value lighter/darker
- CSS length values - Shifts numeric length values up/down by 1 (units: em, in, px, pt, cm, rem, vw, vh, vmin, vmax)
- Logical operators: toggles between (selected) "&&" and "||"
- Encoding/decoding of HTML special characters
- Roman Numerals
- Single characters and string consisting from any amount of the same character can be shifted to the prev/next ASCII value
- Strings ending with numbers - increments/decrements the postfix
Dictionaric keyword shifting: Shifter comes with a customizable, file extension specific and globally usable dictionary of shiftable keywords. Some keyword types from the default dictionary:
- PHP core magical constants - Shifts PHP's magic constants (__FILE__/__LINE__ etc.)
- CSS orientations and positioning: top/right/bottom/left and absolute/relative, and geographical directions (north/east/south/west)
- Accessibility types: public/private/protected
- MySql data types: Shifts to next bigger/smaller numeric/string type
- Named colors from the sRGB color space (white/lightgray/gray...)
- Text styles (bold, italic...)
- Web image (gif/jpg/png) and audio (au/aif/wav etc.) format extensions
- Full and abbreviated names of months and weekdays and units of time
- Logical operators (and/or/xor/not), arithmetic operations (addition/subtraction...) and arithmetic elements (sum/difference/product..)
- Meta-syntax terms: foo/bar/baz...
- Names of common data collection types (list/set/bag/dictionary/tree...)
- Names of numbers (one/two/three etc.) and ordinal numbers (first/second/third etc.)
- Boolean (paired) keyword values - Toggles true/false, on/off, yes/no (e.g. Objective-C), shown/hidden, show/hide, positive/negative, from/until, enable(d)/disable(d), pass/fail, min/max, expand/collapse, asc/desc, first/last
Please note: This plugin is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.