[TxMt] Re: Using ctrl-h as backspace?
dausha at gmail.com
Fri Oct 22 13:42:30 UTC 2010
Wonderful tips. Is there a quick way to find this for those of us who
may be looking? This is a general rant, not directed to TextMate or
its community. I know quite a few members on this forum are involved
in assorted projects, so this may be of value. :-)
In general, (again not specific to TM) help documentation, etc. tends
to miss a few points. Forums and groups like this are wonderful at
filling those gaps. But, is there a process to ensure this information
is either 1) more clearly discoverable via the web site/help material
or 2) added to the web/help when found missing?
On Fri, Oct 22, 2010 at 8:48 AM, Rob McBroom <mailinglist0 at skurfer.com> wrote:
> On Oct 22, 2010, at 4:34 AM, Alan Schmitt wrote:
>> I'm getting used to ctrl-h to replace backspace (as it's simpler to hit, especially when making caps-lock being ctrl), and it works in many places in OS X, except with TextMate, where it invokes the help. I could not find where to change that shortcut so that it becomes backspace instead of help. Is there a bundle involved?
> There are many bundles that have individually defined ⌃H to do something useful. It would be a pain to change them all, but you of course have that option.
> FYI, you can see if a keystroke is associated with a bundle item by hitting ⌃⌘T, selecting “Key Equivalent” and hitting the keystroke. It's context sensitive, so ⌃H, for instance, would only show the help command for the current language.
> To see ALL the keystrokes (defined in bundles), there's always ⌃⌥⌘K.
> Rob McBroom
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