Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Re: the hidden unhidden
Author: Samuel Reynolds Posted: 9/10/1999; 2:27:45 PM Topic: the hidden unhidden Msg #: 10910 (In response to 10733) Prev/Next: 10909 / 10911
Please note that these are the Mac versions of the shortcuts! And here are a few more:
NAVIGATING THRU OUTLINES
2. The Enter (Keypad-Enter) key takes you into edit mode and puts the cursor at the end of the line, or takes you out of edit mode. (I use this so much that I get in trouble when I'm editing C++ code on the Unix box--I hit Enter twice to go to the end of the line!)
1. Hold down the cmd key and double click on a name.
2. If it's the name of an object database cell, Frontier will take you there.
If it's a URL, Frontier tells your browser to load it.
If it's a filespec, Frontier opens it in the Finder.
BTW: this heading appears twice.
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CMD-SHIFT-ENTER DOES THE OPPOSITE
If you hold down the Option key as well, the current window closes.
TO SET A BREAKPOINT, CMD-CLICK ON THE WEDGE NEXT TO THE LINE
Or click on the line and hit Cmd-K (Ctrl-K on Windows).
IN OUTLINES, CMD-U,D,R,L ARE KEYS TO FAST REORGS
Tab is the same as Cmd-R.
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