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Move the cursor during Page Up, Page Down scrolling
Authored by: herbs on Dec 10, '09 01:36:09PM

Howdy,

If you use Ctl-V will page down and move the cursor (vertically centered in the window). The corresponding command to page up is unbound but you can build a DefaultKeyBinding.dict file (either in plist format or a `c'-like format) that binds that and many other commands. See <http://www.macosxhints.com/article.php?story=20060317045211408&lsrc=osxh> and <http://www.hcs.harvard.edu/~jrus/Site/Cocoa%20Text%20System.html> for more information.

Good Luck,
Herb Schulz

PS: I use

/* Example of DefaultKeyBinding.dict using text format */
{
"^u" = "capitalizeWord:";
"^U" = "uppercaseWord:";
"~^u" = "lowercaseWord:";
"~v" = "pageUp:";
"^x" = {
" " = "setMark:";
"^m" = "selectToMark:";
"^x" = ("swapWithMark:" , "centerSelectionInVisibleArea:");
};
}


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Good Luck,
Herb Schulz



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