EdSharp has to be one of the most deceptively simple text editors in the world, but it also has plenty of functions for more advanced users. It has somewhere around a thousand key commands and customizations.
Thus saying, there are some key commands that I use all the time.
ctrl+ - opens a command prompt in the current directory
alt+ - opens up windows explorer in the current directory
alt+r - opens a list of the most recent files that can be navigated by first letter navigation
ctrl+r - find and replace using expressions like: " " with "t" (Will turn all 4 spaces into tab characters so you can hear your screen reader say "tab" rather than nothing when programming in python
ctrl+d - deletes the line that is under your cursor, no matter where you are in it
tab or shift-tab a selected block - will tab in a selected block rather than replacing the selected with a tab. This is amazing when needing to move a block of code in or out a level in python
ctrl+up and down arrows - move from parigraph to parigraph, is great for jumping from section to section of code