[OS X TeX] Moving cursor with keyboard in Texshop
fmhoyt at mail.utexas.edu
Fri Dec 31 21:04:35 EST 2004
Most of the curvor navigation commands from Emacs work in Texshop:
c-a "move to beginning of line"
c-e "move to end of line"
c-f "move forward one character"
c-b "move back one character"
c-n "move down one line"
c-p "move up one line"
c-v "scroll up"
The commands I am familiar with from Emacs which do not work are those
which involve the alt/escape/command key, since these are bound to
OSX-particular functions. There's probably a way to turn off these
bindings or redefine them, but I don't know what that is.
There's also the pg-up, pg-dn, home, and end buttons on the Mac
Hope that helps,
On Dec 31, 2004, at 6:13 PM, David Arnold wrote:
> I am a brand new Mac user and I cannot seem to find a summary of
> cursor movement with the keyboard.
> I don't like to pick up the mouse when I am working. So, I am looking
> for a summary that includes such things as:
> Moving to the top of a source file.
> Moving to the end of a line.
> Scrolling with and without cursor movement.
> Etc, etc, etc.
> Where are these things summarized? Is there a reference card for these
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