Re: key command for jump to beginning of text, rather than beginning of line?
Dru Kepple <dru@...
2010-08-02 22:22:46 GMT
On Aug 2, 2010, at 3:02 PM, Keith Solomon wrote:
On 08-02-2010 4:53 PM, Dru Kepple wrote:
Not that I know of, but I find myself doing this: Command-Left,
That's a handy trick, but it doesn't quite work for me. When I use
Option-Right, if there's a tab at the beginning of a line (a common
occurrence in CSS and HTML), it skips to the end of the first word
instead of the beginning. So if the line is:
The caret moves to between the "r" and the colon...is there a way to
Well, that's interesting...I've never noticed that. Try the same example as you mention only with two tabs
at the beginning. And that does what I said it would do. I guess I work a lot in code files where the
indentation is typically at least two-deep.
I'm thinking maybe it's possible to write a Command that matches beginning-of-line + optional
whitespace, and uses the TextMate URL scheme to place the cursor at the appropriate column position.
Maybe not. I'm sorry, I don't have a lot of time right now to investigate.
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