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Delete Mail messages with Control-H keyboard shortcut
Authored by: Superboy on Mar 21, '12 09:10:59AM

There are a few more UNIX keyboard shortcuts you can use in pretty much any app that uses the Cocoa text framework.

Ctrl + A takes you to the start of the line.
Ctrl + E takes you to the end.
Ctrl + K deletes the rest of the line after the insertion point.
Ctrl + O is line feed without moving the insertion point.
Ctrl + D is forward delete.
Ctrl + V is go to end of page.
Ctrl + N is next line.

Ctrl + T seems to do something weird with shifting text one place to the left character by character.

I'm sure there are other other useful ones I've missed!



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Delete Mail messages with Control-H keyboard shortcut
Authored by: capacity on Mar 21, '12 12:14:29PM

Regarding Control-t's "weird" behavior, it transposes the letters before and after the insertion point. Here's a link to a list of more unix/emacs bindings: http://stackoverflow.com/a/434046



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