Just something I'm curious about -
When you select 4 full lines (for sake of argument) and enter column mode, the caret spans 5 lines (one below the previous selection).
Is this intentional?
-----Original Message----- From: Allan Odgaard [mailto:email@example.com] Sent: Monday, 11 April 2005 7:36 PM To: TM Users Subject: Re: [TxMt] Column selection navigation
On Apr 10, 2005, at 19:13, Charilaos Skiadas wrote:
But to "enter" the selection you can press cmd-option-A (works for normal selections only). This places the caret on the end of the first line, you can move it backwards and make changes.
Cool, I hadn't realized you could move backward and preserve the selection. One question then: Why can't the same be done when the columnar selection is enabled through the option key?
It will eventually be possible. Initially I wasn't sure exactly how to handle the case for a column-selection. If we have (selection of left column):
+--------------+ |@"declaration"| [NSDictionary ...] |@"keywords" | [NSDictionary ...] |@"strings" | [NSDictionary ...] +--------------+
I think using cmd-option-A should place carets like this:
@"declaration"| [NSDictionary ...] @"keywords"| [NSDictionary ...] @"strings"| [NSDictionary ...]
I.e. placing the caret before the last white-space sequence of each selected sub-line.
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