[TxMt] Re: Cursor following PageUp/PageDn

Jeroen Knoops jeroen.knoops at gmail.com
Tue Oct 28 06:29:14 UTC 2008

> Ola!
> I used to want this features as well, and I was really frustrated  
> that you have to include CTRL to have this feature.
> CTRL-page-up and CTRL-page-down.
> Now that I'm used to it, I would not see it any other way. When  
> you're coding in a certain method and  you quickly want to see  
> something in f.e. a private method, using page-up and page-down can  
> bring you to the implementation and if you know what parameter to  
> use, you immediately can start typing, since the cursor did not move  
> with it.
> And getting used to the CTRL was a matter of 1 day.
> Best regards,
> Jeroen.
> nerd.rb - http://www.rubyonrailsforum.nl - http://www.vici-nl.com
> > Hi!
> >
> > Can I make the cursor follow when I've done some scrolling via Page-
> > Up/
> > Page-Down?
> >
> > I mean... let's say: I've scrolled down 3 pages via Page-Down and  
> now
> > I want to go on editing right on this page.
> > To do so, I must click with the mouse somewhere on the document. But
> > is this possible by using the keyboard too? E.g., is there a  
> Shortcut
> > that positions the cursor right in the middle of displayed page?
> You can use shift-cmd-j to move the cursor to the Middle Visible Line.
> Also accessible in the 'navigation' menu.
> Cheers,
> Nigel

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