A good idea is to use the witch  freeware window switcher, which can be configured to switch between windows of the active application only.
 http://www.petermaurer.de/nasi.php? thema=witch&sprache=deutsch&kopf=labor
ps haha! it should take a coder to begin indexing from 0 rather than 1 :) didn't even think about it ds
On Aug 26, 2005, at 19:27 , Alex Garrett wrote:
No, you understood. I'm just dumb. :)
I'm curious, though, why it isn't listed in StandardKeyBinding.dict. Is there another location for system-wide key bindings?
On 8/26/05, Eric Hsu firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
At 10:28 AM -0500 8/26/05, Alex Garrett wrote:
Is there one for cycling between windows? (Textmate windows, not finder windows)
Command-Backtick (`) works in every OS X application. Hold down Shift to go the other direction... or did I misunderstand the question?
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