[TxMt] Re: End of screen
cag at adfitech.com
Sat Jan 10 14:19:15 UTC 2009
On Jan 10, 2009, at Jan 10, 2009 | 3:08 AM, Nigel Green wrote:
> The ctrl-l is system-wide and works as an emacs key combo in any cocoa
> text apps (try ctrl-a,ctrl-e and ctrl-o as well). I find these really
> useful to supplement the 'traditional' navigation and it would be
> great to have ctrl-l working as you outlined.
> On 10 Jan 2009, at 07:40, Andrea Crotti <kerny404 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Andrea Crotti wrote:
>>> I'm happy there's someone else ;)
>>> Anyway I'm sure this can be solved, I don't find anywhere the
>>> of ctrl-l, is one of the few things not inserted in any bundle??
>>> The idea anyway is simply:
>>> - get the last line visible on the the screen
>>> - get the current line
>>> - if last - current < n, then creates n blank lines at the end
>>> - go to the new middle
>>> But I don't know how to implement because there are no variables to
>>> the last line...
>> Of course it shoud create n blank lines only if there's no already
>> some text
>> below it ;)
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while we are somewhat on the subject, has anyone done anything similar
to the vim/macvim bindings of 'zt' to take the current line to the top
of the viewable area and 'zb' to take the current line to the bottom
of the viewable area?
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