[OS X TeX] navigating through the source file

Warren Nagourney wna at u.washington.edu
Fri May 17 17:14:56 EDT 2013

On May 17, 2013, at 2:10 PM, Nicolae Garleanu <garleanu at haas.berkeley.edu> wrote:

> Hi,
> Is there a way to move the cursor one page up (or down) at a time on a small-format keyboard (such as on a MBA)? I tried to combine the arrow keys with any of the `special' keys, but I haven't found it. If there's none, one should be able to bind some key to the command, provided that one knows the command (I don't).
> A possibly harder one would be: is there a key combination that recanters the source window (vertically) around the cursor (thus, the line with the cursor is now in the middle of the page)?
> Thank you.
> Nicolae
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Using the "fn" key with the up/down arrows moves the cursor one page. Without the fn key, it moves (jerkily) one lie at a time.

Warren Nagourney
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