On 12 Feb 2014, at 15:29, Ross Ahmed wrote:
[…] Is there a keyboard shortcut to remove the
multiple carets and
to get back to just one
If at least two carets are on different lines, use arrow up/down to
switch back to a single caret.
If all the carets are on the same line, up/down will preserve them. In
this case, use command with arrow left/right (move to begin/end of
line), alternative key equivalents for these actions are ⌃A / ⌃E.
This will move all the carets to the same location and thus merge them
into a single caret.
If you are a mouse user, you can also click somewhere.