[OS X TeX] Jumping back to the last position in the source file
Gary L. Gray
glgray at me.com
Sun May 8 11:31:06 EDT 2011
On May 7, 2011, at 7:25 AM, Herbert Schulz wrote:
> On May 7, 2011, at 6:18 AM, Claus Gerhardt wrote:
>> Below are two scripts with the help of which you can jump back to the last position of the cursor in TeXShop's front document.
>> Before you change the old position call the script startgoBack, when you want to jump back call goBack.
>> Save both scripts as macros in TS.
> It is possible to do some pre-existing key bindings (not bound by default) for ALL apps that use Apple's TextView framework. You can get more information and a sample file that does this (bound to Ctl-X Space [yes, that's two key strokes] and Ctl-X Ctl-X [ditto]) as KeyBindings.zip from <http://public.mc.com/herbs2>.
Thanks Herb. These are great. The ability to set a mark and quickly return to it will help tremendously with the big .tex files I am editing daily.
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