[TxMt] Re: Selecting a line without its leading and trailing spaces
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Sun Sep 2 01:49:37 UTC 2007
Sylvain Desvé <sylvain.desve at ...> writes:
> You can record the following macro:
> - CMD + <- To move the cursor to the beggining of the line
> - ALT + -> To go to the first word
> - SHIFT + CMD + -> To select the entire line without the new line
> - SHIFT + CMD + W To wrap this with html tags
> Le 1 sept. 07 à 14:10, Jon Ippolito a écrit :
> > Is there a key combination for selecting a line (or lines) of code
> > in a tag but
> > omitting leading and trailing spaces and tabs?
Thanks for this speedy response! This is a good start.
Unfortunately, the behavior of Alt/Option + -> seems a bit unpredictable: it
skips over non-word characters like " and <, and entire words when only one tab
is present at left. Also, Cmd + <-/-> won't find the beginning or end of a
wrapped line, only the last character before it was wrapped.
However, your thought suggested to me a macro based on RegExp searches, which
seems to work:
Find previous $
Find next \S(.+?)\n
Shift + <-
I appreciate the inspiration!
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