[TxMt] Smart typing question

Edmundo Ortega ed at westernfreight.com
Tue Nov 1 16:13:21 UTC 2005

I don't know if there is any built-in functionality for what you're  
describing, but I recorded a macro, triggered by cmd-space, which  
just moves the cursor one character forward. Seems dumb, because you  
could just hit the right arrow key, but I swear this is so handy that  
I pine for it in all my other apps. Cmd-space conflicts with  
spotlight, so I have to move that to another key - which is a bit of  
a pain, but well worth it.

On Nov 1, 2005, at 7:55 AM, Sean Hussey wrote:

> Alright, so I'm typing along and TM fills in my double-quotes and ruby
> tags (i.e., <% %>).  This is fantastic.
> But when I want to be done with the data between the quotes, is there
> a key command to move me to the other side?  I realize hitting the
> double-quote again does this, but I thought one of the points of smart
> typing was to do away with that.
> Am I missing a preference somewhere?
> Thanks!
> Sean
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