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On May 2, 2005, at 2:51 AM, Allan Odgaard wrote:
On May 2, 2005, at 2:53, Brad Miller wrote:
In case anyone else is experiencing this I
finally found a way
around this problem. (I think this method has been discussed on
this list long ago.) I used the System Preferences Keyboard &
Mouse panel to create a custom shortcut for Reformat Paragraph.
Once I did that ctrl-f went back to working the emacs way that my
fingers know and love so well.
I still have no idea why things would behave one way in a project
window and another way in a standalone window.
Yes -- the problem is that starting with Tiger the menus apparently
interpret more keys than they did on Panther (in Panther, I was
responsible for all non-command keys).
I'll refrain from cursing, but key handling in OS X isn't the most
well thought out thing, especially when they mix in Carbon
“managers” in Cocoa programs that eat half your keys...
But I'll try to figure out what's going on, when I run Tiger on my
I guess this is probably the same bug then... I had ctrl-cmd-opt-l
defined on Latex and Texniscope. But now rather than running Latex
TextMate brings up the bundle editor! If I rebind to something else
ctrl-shift-p for example I go back to running Latex.
For new threads USE THIS: textmate(a)lists.macromates.com
(threading gets destroyed and the universe will collapse if you don't)
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