[TxMt] All these crazy key assignments...

Niels Kobschätzki n.kobschaetzki at googlemail.com
Thu Nov 1 06:16:06 UTC 2007

On Nov 1, 2007, at 6:45 AM, Brian Huddleston wrote:

> There are so many wonderful shortcuts and key assignments within  
> TextMate that it can sometimes get a bit confusing.  I know that you  
> can hit `<apple><ctrl>t` and TextMate will happily bring up a master  
> list of all the bundle items and their associated key triggers or  
> key shortcuts, but that takes a while to search through if you are  
> trying to find out what '<apple><alt><shift>G' will do.
> I would like to know if there is a bundle or hidden action, that  
> will allow you to go into a mode where you can then hit a key combo  
> and it will show you the action(s) associated with that combo.  This  
> would also be very useful while you are in the Bundle editor mode to  
> see if a key-combo has already been assigned to something else when  
> you are creating your own commands or snippets.

cmd+ctrl+t and then click on the triangle next to the magnifying glass  
and choose "key equivalent"


P.s.: This should be in the FAQ…

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