[TxMt] Re: key command for jump to beginning of text, rather than beginning of line?

plastichairdoo plastichairdoo at gmail.com
Tue Aug 3 16:28:04 UTC 2010

one more thing - if I wanted to alter this command slightly so that I could use it without the "< >" brackets - lets say if I wanted to surround a block with "{ }" or what have you, how would I go about doing that - I tried messing with the code but my perl is absolutely non-existant and all I ended up with was a big mess 
anyway - thanks, 

On Aug 3, 2010, at 5:07 AM, Rob McBroom wrote:

> On Aug 2, 2010, at 8:21 PM, plastichairdoo wrote:
>> well, perhaps I could use this as an opportunity to ask once again if any of you Grep gurus out there could write a script that selects paragraphs and lines *only from the first to last character*?
> I gave a couple of suggestions last time you asked. Among them was ⌃⇧⌘W. It seems to do exactly what you want. Did you ever try it?
> What about the Markdown bundle? That’s probably even easier as it will take care of the entire document at once. Did you try that?
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