[TxMt] Re: duplicating a column in TextMate
mblarsen at gmail.com
Thu Jul 15 11:01:18 UTC 2010
I'm not sure of the full context of your problem but you could also do a
regex search and replace
search for this: ^(.+)$ (make sure to tick of regex)
replace with this: $1\t$1
Then all your lines is duplicated separated by a tab.
On Thu, Jul 15, 2010 at 4:30 PM, Tobias Jung <newsgr at tobiasjung.net> wrote:
> supinum <david at supinum.com> wrote (Thu, 15 Jul 2010 03:24:41 -0700):
> > 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
> > to in order to select every single line?
> No, you can use command + a to select all, then hit the option key once.
> You'll see that the normal kind of selection switches to column mode --
> at least, in theory.
> I don't know why but sometimes this doesn't work for me and I have to
> hit the option key a few times for the selection to change, or maybe de-
> select all and start again...
> Kind regards,
> Tobias Jung
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