[OS X TeX] Changing keyboard shortcuts in TeXShop

Herb Schulz herbs at wideopenwest.com
Mon Dec 20 11:15:19 EST 2004

On 12/20/04 9:42 AM, "Maarten Sneep" <maarten.sneep at xs4all.nl> wrote:

> ...
> Didn't you also ask about a single page down and at the same time move
> the insertion point keyboard combination? Most of the emacs keyboard
> shortcuts work in all Cocoa text applications, including TeXShop and
> TextEdit.
> From the web I grabbed this list:
> C-p   previous line
> C-n   next line
> C-b   back one character
> M-b   back one word
> C-f   forward one character
> M-f   forward one word
> C-f   beginning of line
> M-<   start of buffer
> M->   end of buffer
> C-v   page down
> M-v   page up
> C-v stands for: hold down the control key and press 'v'.
> M-v stands for: hold down the alt/option key and press 'v'.
> Somehow this list is incorrect (C-f does not go to the start of the
> line), but the pages movement works perfectly.
> Maarten


The C-v works fine for me but the M-v (Opt-v) just inserts the special
square root symbol character. Opt-key usually is a special key at least on
the US keyboard.

Good Luck,

Herb Schulz
(herbs at wideopenwest.com)

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