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Expected behavior in a text-editor on OSX is for the 'home' key and 'end' key to move the cursor to the first and last line of the current file, rather than having no function as is current behavior. I am guessing this is the relevant file You can redefine them to act the way you are suggesting by adding the following to your keymap.
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If you're suggesting that the keys acting the way you describe should be the default behavior, I would disagree. TextMate 2, TextEdit and Pages scroll the viewport to the top and bottom of the document without moving the cursor, even if the cursor would end up outside the viewport. Behaving as other native OS X text editors would be the way that I would expect things to act by default. That works great -- thanks for the info.
I'd thought this was default behavior on OS X, but apparently it varies You're welcome, dhowe. This should not be closed. Expected behavior is expected behavior.
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Actions should always default to the current platform's conventions. On Mac OS since the very early days, the Home, End, Page Up and Page Down controls control scrolling in a viewport, unlike other systems like Windows which treat these as cursor-moving commands. Even the sample key bindings you've given as an override are not completely correct because they change the current caret position.
On Mac OS, these keys conventionally do not change the text caret. Moving the caret is done with various modifiers on the arrow keys. To move the cursor to the top of the document, it's Command-Up Arrow. User profile for user: Jonathan Chan Jonathan Chan. All replies Drop Down menu.
Loading page content. User profile for user: Arthur Simonsen Arthur Simonsen. Reply Helpful Thread reply - more options Link to this Post. User profile for user: Stuart Vandeventer Stuart Vandeventer. Oct 21, AM in response to Jonathan Chan In response to Jonathan Chan In previous version it's always been fn-right arrow for end and fn-left arrow for home. Servers Enterprise Speciality level out of ten: 0.
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That's what I was used to with my previous MacBook. That would almost drive me more crazy than no firewire. I use the end key to get to the footers of webpages very often Once again logic based on previous versions fails us Restarting finder should be sufficient.
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Software engineering. Works like a charm on latest el capitan version. Would it be strange if I were to propose to you on the spot? Restarting finder should be sufficient command: killall Finder Thanks! Avatar Required. Website Optional, displayed.