I also use this same layout and have had similar problems.
On Aug 30, 2005, at 1:57 PM, Andre Behrens wrote:
I use the presumably obscure Dvorak/Command-Querty
keyboard layout. It
uses Dvorak for standard typing, but when you hold down the command
key, it switches to Querty, so I can use the key that's actually
printed on the page, and preserve that precious command key muscle
memory. I've had mixed success using the command keys with TextMate,
though. For instance, I frequently change the indentation of blocks of
code, using command-[ and ]. When I use DQ, I tend to get some sort of
commenting. If I switch back to regular querty, I get the results I
expect. Is there any way this can be improved?
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