[OS X TeX] Texshop-bbedit and key bindings

Maarten Sneep maarten.sneep at xs4all.nl
Thu Dec 2 18:04:55 EST 2004

On 2 dec 2004, at 23:53, Cameron Hooper wrote:

>> On 3 Dec 2004, at 8:29 AM, Cameron Hooper wrote:
>>> How do I "set-mark" in TexShop using "emacs" style keybindings?
>> If it's possible, I'm unaware of it.
> Oh dear! A second question. How do I scroll one page of text in either 
> bbedit or texshop (or it seems any mac program at all)? I can't get 
> C-v or ESC-v to work. Even worse using page up/down scrolls the view, 
> but leaves the cursor at the original postion. I am continually 
> hitting page down, starting to type and finding the view jumping back 
> to the orignal location. I am a Linux/Window users so this is probably 
> just a matter of unlearning old habits. So how do I scroll the cursor 
> (not just the view) down and up one page?

Usually through option-down arrow (option is the Mac name for the 'alt' 
key). You should also try to play with the combinations command-arrow, 
shift-arrow, command-shift-arrow and option-shift-arrow in several 
directions. I'm unaware of a command-option-arrow combination that does 
anything in particular, but hey, it never hurts (but try it on 
something you have a backup of).


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