Brings simple, powerful custom macros support to VS Code.
See also Level up your Coding with Macros
Create Custom Macros
Create your own custom macros by adding them to your
This macro creates a copy of the current line, comments out the original line, and moves the cursor down to the copy.
Your macros can run any built-in VS Code action, and even actions from other extensions.
To see all the names of possible actions VS Code can run, see
Give your macros names that briefly describe what they do.
Execute your macro using
Add Keybindings to Run your Macros
Passing Arguments to Commands
Many commands accept arguments, like the "type" command which lets you insert text into the editor. For these cases use an object instead of a string when specifying the command to call in your
Executing Snippets as part of a Macro
Macros can also execute any of your snippets which is super neat. Just insert the same text that you would normally type for the snippet, followed by the
Doesn't currently add macros to command pallete ~~(have to use keybindings)~~ (Now you can use command, you don't have to specify keybind).