VS Code: Shortcuts for Jumping to the last Edit Location
In VS Code (Visual Studio Code), you can quickly and conveniently move your mouse cursor to the last edit location by using the following shortcuts:
- Jump back: Ctrl + – (the minus key on your keyboard)
- Jump forward: Ctrl + Shift + –
- Navigate back: Alt + Left Arrow key
- Navigate forward: Alt + Right Arrow key
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You can see exactly the shortcuts that match your operating system by heading to the top bar of VS Code and opening the Go menu (the first three rows):
Note: At the time of writing, VS Code only remembers the last and the current cursor position
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