Ever wanted to paste some text into an AI program, share a code snippet, or post on a forum, but it contained keywords or sensitive information you'd rather keep private? With the Obfuscator Extension for Visual Studio Code, you can quickly and easily replace words in your text right within your favorite editor.
Case Sensitivity: Choose whether your search is case sensitive or not.
Command History: Easily reuse previous commands without needing to type them again.
Bulk Replacement: Replace multiple words at once using a simple, intuitive format.
Open your Visual Studio Code.
Go to the Extensions view by clicking on the square icon on the sidebar.
Search for "obfuscator".
Highlight the text you wish to obfuscate in your active editor.
Open the command palette (Ctrl+Shift+P) and type "Obfuscate" and hit Enter.
Follow the prompts to choose your settings and specify the words to replace.
Resetting the Obfuscator
Open the command palette (Ctrl+Shift+P) and type "Obfuscate: reset" and hit Enter.
How to Contribute
We welcome contributions from the community! Feel free to submit issues and pull requests on our GitHub repository.
This project is licensed under the MIT License. See the LICENSE file for details.