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Change Home/End behavior in Firefox and Thunderbird
Authored by: mortimerpa on Mar 23, '07 08:34:04AM

Or just use ctrl+left and ctrl+right to go to the beginning or end of the line.



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Change Home/End behavior in Firefox and Thunderbird
Authored by: beepotato on Mar 23, '07 09:50:51AM

Or command-left and command-right for the same thing.
Which goes well with command-up and command-down to go to the beginning or end of the document (with the insertion point, unlike what home and end do).

And option-up and option-down to go to the beginning or end of the paragraph.
Not to mention option-left and option-right to jump to the beginning or end of the current word.

To me, it seems more useful to learn these few key combinations rather than try to stick to using home and end, which by comparison only provide limited functionality.



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Didn't work.
Authored by: n8gray on Mar 23, '07 10:44:33AM
Or just use ctrl+left and ctrl+right to go to the beginning or end of the line.

Hmm, I tried that and it didn't change the behavior of Home/End at all! Funny, it doesn't seem like this comment is very helpful...

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