Re: Where is "the Cursor one word left/right keybinding?"
- From: Charles Iliya Krempeaux <tnt linux ca>
- To: Jay Christnach <jaychris pt lu>
- Cc: gnome-list gnome org
- Subject: Re: Where is "the Cursor one word left/right keybinding?"
- Date: 09 Nov 2001 12:49:22 -0800
I'm not sure if this is what you are talking about. But try using:
[CTRL]+[->] and [CTRL]+[<-] -- control-right-arrow and
control-left-arrow. They make you move one word at a time. And
if you want to highlight too, then hold down the [SHIFT] keys, also.
Charles Iliya Krempeaux
tnt @ linux.ca
ckrempea @ alumni.sfu.ca
On Fri, 2001-11-09 at 09:58, Jay Christnach wrote:
> I miss that one especially. I find particularly annoying to have to wait
> until the cursor reaches the beginning or end of a word in the middle of
> a line by holding down the key.
> I don't know if this is the right place to ask, it's probably
> application dependent and not a Gnome issue. (I know that such a
> shortcut exists in emacs, but can't recall it). But I read the
> discussion about a keybinding standard for Gnome in teh GUI list and
> think that there really should exist a standard.I'm more used to Windows
> but decided to do most things in Linux from now on. In Windows the
> C-Cursor key moves by words in every editable textbox in every programm.
> It would be also a good idea to have a table of keybindings in the Gnome
> Help for not so Unix-aware people.
> Anyway, I want to know this one now. Thanks for help.
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