[TxMt] FW: Caret movement by word
Rathouz, Paul [BSD] - HSD
prathouz at uchicago.edu
Thu Jul 15 14:15:23 UTC 2010
I think these commands are called something like CamelWord and snake_word
(but I do not have those names exactly correct). -- pr
On Wed, 14 Jul 2010, ijmcf wrote:
> I have seen two different 'move caret by word' behaviors in TextMate:
> the first stops the caret at capital letters, underscores, and after every
> number, such that moving the caret across "aB_911" is 5 movements
> the second *doesn't* stop the caret at any of the above, so moving across
> "aB_911" is one movement
> On my setup (see below) the former is bound to ctrl-arrow and the latter to
> I would like to change the bindings of ctrl-arrow to do the latter, but I
> don't know the name of the command to bind to in DefaultKeyBinding.dict (the
> former seems to be MoveWordLeft/Right or MoveWordForward/Backward).
> Any help appreciated
> Mac OS X Snow Leopard
> External Kinesis ergonomic keyboard
> Custom DefaultKeyBinding.dict
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