[TxMt] Re: command arrow up in tex files

David Howden dhowden at gmail.com
Mon Mar 19 10:00:16 UTC 2012

I have this issue too:  If I do Cmd+Down Arrow then the cursor seems to
always move to the last line, but the document doesn't always scroll to the

This also happens with the End key (Not sure of the exact name, but I mean
the South East arrow key.  It is Fn+Left Arrow on my Mac Book Pro), the
document scrolls but not quite far enough on some occasions.


On Sat, Mar 17, 2012 at 5:38 AM, Gildas Hamel <gweltaz at ucsc.edu> wrote:

> I use command + arrow up / down quite a bit to navigate to the top and
> bottom of my tex files. I noticed that when I switch to an existing file,
> command + arrow up gets me to the top but command + arrow down gets me down
> the file but not to the bottom of the file. Or, if I do first the command +
> arrow down, nothing happens. I need to reiterate command + arrow up, to the
> top, then command + arrow down, to get to the bottom. This happens with all
> files except the very short ones. Is this something seen by others, and is
> there a solution?
> -- Gildas Hamel
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