[TxMt] Re: EOL shortcut

Michael Reece mreece at vinq.com
Tue Sep 19 18:11:52 UTC 2006

> BTW, what is TextMate's official "select to EOL" shortcut anyway?

shift-cmd-arrow works for me (build 1258)..

On Sep 19, 2006, at 10:24 AM, Dave Winzler wrote:

> On Sep 19, 2006, at 10:50 AM, Allan Odgaard wrote:
>> So the key bindings were not “messed up”, they were  
>> deliberately changed. And while it generally would appear as they  
>> do the same as ⌥(⇧)→ and ⌥(⇧)←, they also visit “sub  
>> word boundaries”.
> Sorry, Allan, the new functionality doesn't buy me anything and it  
> took away something I've being using since I switched to TextMate a  
> year ago. There are probably people that benefit from the sub-word  
> jumps, but I select to EOL/BOL way too often to want to give up the  
> shortcut.
> On Sep 19, 2006, at 10:50 AM, Steve Lianoglou wrote:
>> [cmd] + [left/right arrow] jumps you around beginning/end of line ...
>> For the record, that all works for me as intended: Version 1.5.3  
>> (1258)
> It does for me too, but if you add the shift key to the mix (select  
> to BOL/EOL) the shortcut breaks :(
> I'm generally open to change, love TextMate dearly, and rely on it  
> heavily. Consistency between apps is really important to me, and  
> TextMate does different things with shift-ctl-arrows than the other  
> apps I live in (like Mail, textarea boxes in Safari, and TextEdit).  
> So I either have to live with TextMate's inconsistency or keep  
> modifying TextMate's KeyBindings file or messing with iKey to map  
> my keypresses into something that works with TextMate.
> BTW, what is TextMate's official "select to EOL" shortcut anyway?
> 	- Dave
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