[TxMt] Re: EOL shortcut

Michael Glassford glassfordm at hotmail.com
Fri Sep 15 15:22:22 UTC 2006

For me, ctrl + left/right arrow does the same thing as cmd + left/right 
arrow (move to the beginning or the end of the current line). Any idea why?

I'm using TextMate 1.5.3, but it's been the same in the previous 
versions I remember trying it in (all 1.5.x).


Dirk van Oosterbosch, IR labs wrote:
> Hi Dave,
> to get to the end of the line, cmd + rightArrow should be the default 
> (cross-application) key command.
> ctrl + left/right arrows is for subWord navigation, (can be used with 
> CamelCasedWords or words_using_underscores). This is also XCode's 
> default behavior.
> ctrl + left/right arrow: subWord navigation
> opt + left/right arrow : word navigation
> cmd + left/right arrow: begin/end line navigation
> On 15-sep-2006, at 13:55, Dave Winzler wrote:
>> Up until a few days ago I've used ctl-rightArrow to move to the end of 
>> the current line in TextMate, and shift-ctl-rightArrow to extend the 
>> selection to the end of line. Now it seems those commands move 
>> to/select the next word, and are the same as opt-rightArrow and 
>> shift-opt-rightArrow respectively.
>> It's entirely possible that I changed something on my end, but I'm 
>> wondering if anyone else is seeing this? I'm using TextMate 1.5.3 
>> (1258), and this started happening about two cutting-edge versions ago.
>> FWIW, ctl-rightArrow (and shift version) still work the way they 
>> should in my other programs like Mail.app and TextEdit. It's only in 
>> TextMate that they act weird.
>>     - Dave

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