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Here text

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Now I want to select text after "=".

Move to beginning of word "1111"

M-x mark-sexp

And here result:

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But I need to select the next words on 4 lines:

1111

aaaaaaaaaaaaa

11111

eeeeeddddd

How I can do this?

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    Are you running mark-sexp using M-x? If you are, multiple-cursors won't catch the command, since it only watches for keybindings, AFAIK. If you use C-M-@, which is the default keybinding for mark-sexp, or setup another keybinding, and it should work as expected. – Jesse Apr 2 at 11:56
  • @Jesse I don't known that multicursor only watches for keybindings. Now I know it. Thanks – a_subscriber Apr 2 at 13:30
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    @Jesse can you write an answer to this question based on your comment? – DoMiNeLa10 Apr 3 at 5:39
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If you are, multiple-cursors won't catch the command, since it only watches for keybindings If you use "C-="/"C-M-@" (mark word), which is the default keybinding for "mark-sexp", or setup another keybinding, and it should work as expected Attention! Multicursors work ONLY WITH KEYBINDING

I don't known that multicursor only watches for keybindings. Now I know it. Thanks

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    This does not provide an answer to the question. To critique or request clarification from an author, leave a comment below their post. - From Review – Stefan Apr 3 at 12:08
  • @Stefan I updated my answer – a_subscriber Apr 3 at 12:55

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