[TxMt] Re: about cut and paste the whole line

Édouard Gilbert edouard.gilbert at gmail.com
Mon Oct 13 08:43:54 UTC 2008

Otherwise, there is Control-K/Control-Y. Control-K cuts the current  
line starting from the caret, Control-Y pastes it back. Not exactly  
what you need, but it works in at least one other app (TextEdit).  
Please note that it does *not* use the pasteboard and as a consequence  
it cannot be used between different applications.

edouard.gilbert at gmail.com

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Le 13 oct. 08 à 08:46, Hans-Jörg Bibiko a écrit :

> On 13.10.2008, at 08:41, Steve Chu wrote:
>> It will be very nice if there is a official shortcut as Fred said
>> '??X'. Because this situation is very common in daily  
>> programming.
> Well, for at least it's more likely to move not only one line, thus to
> select something and to move the whole bunch (CTRL+APPLE+ARROW_UP/ 
> RIGHT/LEFT) is more flexible. But this is the power of TM if you have
> your preferences well create your own environment ;)
> --Hans
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