On Tue, 10 Apr 2007, Robin Houston wrote:
You could record a macro that selects the current line
invokes the command.
I think you mean shift-apple-L; just apple-L brings up a "Go To Line"
prompt. (Unless I've completely fubar'd my key map, which might be the
But that doesn't do it. If you already have a selection which spans
multiple lines, the "Select Line" action expands the selection to include
the entirety of all those lines. It doesn't just select the current line.
Net result: several lines are deleted and replaced with a single line.
Steve King, <steve(a)narbat.com>