+`Four ways to specify commands`_
+Makes complex selections and replacements in a buffer via text commands.
+Inspired in Vim's ex mode.
+Select lines containing "this" between lines 10 and 20 (inclusive).
+Select lines NOT containing "this" from the current line to 20 lines down from
+Replace "this" with "that" in the whole file.
+Four ways to specify commands
+1. <SUBLIME COMMAND>[ <ARG>]
+2. <LINE REF>[,<LINE REF>]
+3. <BUFFER COMMAND>[;<BUFFER COMMAND>]*
+4. <LINE REF><BUFFER COMMAND>[;<BUFFER COMMAND>]*
+All tokens are explained in the following sections
+ Show list of opened views.
+ Show list of files in current directory.
+Designates lines or ranges of lines in the active view.
+ Designates line by number.
+ Desigates the current line (first cursor in selection).
+ Designates the last line in the view.
+ Designates all lines in the view.
+You can also specify offsets with `[+-][0-9]*`.
+In order to designate a range, use two comma separated line references.
+Select lines and perform replacements in the view.
+ Selects all lines containing `<arg>`. Case insensitive by default. Use the
+ flag `c` to make a case-sensitive search.
+ Same as above, but excludes the lines matching `<arg>`.
+ Replaces all instances of `<what>` with `<with>`.
+You can chain commands by separating them with a semicolon (`;`).