[OS X TeX] Selecting Textual Part of a Line wo Carriage Return

Peter Dyballa Peter_Dyballa at Web.DE
Mon Aug 2 18:12:50 EDT 2010

Am 02.08.2010 um 23:59 schrieb Ross Moore:

> You could just triple click, cut, then type the newline back in.
> After pasting elsewhere, backspace out the newline.

IMO this *is* the fastest. Usually the cursor after the paste stands  
right for a backspace or two. If more than one newline was added I  
press on the trackpad's push-button, keep it pressed and move the  
cursor with another finger kind of diagonally up and away that the  
selection just started reaches the end of the text I wanted. Then  

Usually I don't spend much time pitying the mouse pushers. (With Mac  
OS X 10.6, Snow Leopard, you can "add" a wireless so-called Apple  
Magic Trackpad to the keyboard of an immobile Mac.)


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