Revert Ctrl+E Shortcut in Sublime Text + Emmet

I recently installed Emmet and hated that the ctrl+e end of line keybinding was overridden. If anyone else runs into the issue, here is how you fix it:

  1. Open an HTML file so Emmet is active.
  2. In your menu (in Mac OSX), go to Sublime Text > Preferences > Package Settings > Emmet > Key Bindings - User
  3. Add the following to the file:

    "keys": ["ctrl+e"],
    "command": "move_to",
    "args": {"to": "eol", "extend": false}

After that you should be good to go. Enjoy!

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