[TxMt] Re: duplicating a column in TextMate

supinum david at supinum.com
Thu Jul 15 10:24:41 UTC 2010

Tobias Jung-2 wrote:
> supinum <david at supinum.com> wrote (Thu, 15 Jul 2010 02:50:48 -0700):
>> Lets say I have houndreds of images in a folder and I want to list them
>> in
>> an HTML-document. So I just paste in my list of images in TextMate like
>> this:
>> IMGP0410.jpg
>> IMGP0411.jpg
>> IMGP0412.jpg
>> IMGP0413.jpg
>> IMGP0414.jpg
>> To make proper links of this list I will have to paste the complete list
>> of
>> images once more next to my first list like this:
>> IMGP0410.jpg     IMGP0410.jpg
>> IMGP0411.jpg     IMGP0411.jpg
>> IMGP0412.jpg     IMGP0412.jpg
>> IMGP0413.jpg     IMGP0413.jpg
>> IMGP0414.jpg     IMGP0414.jpg
>> Is it possible to do this in textmate without having to manually edit
>> every
>> line in my list?
> 1. Select the full list using "column mode", i.e. keep the option key
> and the mouse button pressed while you move the mouse.
> 2. Hit command + c to copy the selection to the clipboard.
> 3. Move the cursor to the end of the first line and hit the tab key or
> insert a few spaces.
> 4. Hit command + v to insert the clipboard's content - voilà! :-)
> Kind regards,
> Tobias Jung

Beautiful! Thanx alot!

Still one question though.
What if I have thousands of images...
Will I under any circumstances have to scroll down to the bottom of my list
to in order to select every single line?

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