The minimap shows a smaller version of your code at the right of the screen. It can be used to quickly scroll to a certain part of your file. This is a fork of brackets-wdminimap by Brian Adams (https://github.com/websiteduck/brackets-wdminimap)
brackets-minimap ================== --- Just overview your code with some navigate features. Enjoy :) --- A minimap extension for the [Brackets IDE](http://www.brackets.io). ![minimap](https://raw.github.com/zorgzerg/brackets-minimap/master/brackets-minimap.png) ## Features * Syntax highlighting. * Autohide functionality. * Adjustable fading transparency. * Quick-preview function. * Slower, Smoother scrolling. * Zooming. * Reacts to current theme - syntax highlighting changes based on theme being used even with 3rd party themes. ## How to use * To show or hide the minimap, in the toolbar click View > Show Minimap or press Ctrl+`. * Double click on minimap slider will enable or disable autihide feature * Click on the top edge of the minimap to adjust its vertical offset. Its looks good with file-tab extensions. * Hold CTRL while dragging minimap (or holding mouse click at a line of code) to quickly look at part of your code. Your viewport will return to normal when you stop. * Scroll with the mouse wheel while hovering over the minmap for slow smooth scrolling. * Change the width of the minimap by pulling the left edge into place. * Hold CTRL (or CMD on Mac) while scrolling. The zoom of the minimap will change with a range of x2-x10. * SHIFT-Click the minimap on a line of code to make that line the center of the code-editor. * Hold SHIFT while scrolling. The transparency of the minimap will change with a range of 20%-100%. * CTRL+SHIFT+Click centers that line, and has the same functionallity as CTRL+Click above (quick preview), except it centers that line of code. * Middle clicking on the slider will enable or disable minimap fading.