[OS X TeX] navigating through the source file

Nicolae Garleanu garleanu at haas.berkeley.edu
Fri May 17 17:44:47 EDT 2013

Yes, this does work, good to know! Many thanks.

Thanks to Herb, too -- but it's a real project, and I do not wish to
embark on one for the moment. I am somehow surprised that Apple finds the
page up/down functionality so rarely useful to actually leave out of the
default set.


On 5/17/13 2:37 PM, "Antonio Cosma" <acosma at gmail.com> wrote:

>On May 17, 2013, at 11:23 PM, Nicolae Garleanu wrote:
>> Thanks, but it does not move the cursor. It moves the page for viewing,
>>but if one wants to type, select, etc., in the new location, one cannot.
>>The cursor is still in the original position. At least on my computers.
>>(Unless there is setting I can change to obtain the desired behavior.)
>> Nicolae
>Try keeping the Shift key pressed together with Fn. This selects a block
>of text. Then leave Shift+Fn. Pressing the right arrow brings the cursor
>at the end of the selected block, and pressing the left arrow at the
>beginning. Works for me
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