I’m switching to atom from sublime text 2 and i’m pretty sure there’s a package or a built-in keyboard shortcut for this useful feature:
i used to highlight (for example) ìmg
on an html file, then pressed ctrl+cmd+g and it would highlight all the ìmgs in the document and i could edit/add stuff all at once live, without a find a replace.
it’s better described in this accepted answer of stack overflow: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16844657/sublime-text-select-all-instances-of-a-variable-and-edit-variable-name
is this an atom feature? how do you do this on both a mac and windows?