[OS X TeX] Cmd < and Cmd >

Maarten Sneep maarten.sneep at xs4all.nl
Thu May 26 14:45:08 CEST 2005

On 26 May 2005, at 14:36, Bruno Voisin wrote:

> Sorry, I wrote too rapidly: Cmd-< and Cmd-> are used by TeXShop to  
> indent and unindent lines in the editor window, of course. The  
> problem arises now because, I think, before Tiger the corresponding  
> shortcuts were Cmd-[ and Cmd-], but they have been changed because  
> Cmd-[ and Cmd-] are now used for navigating backwards and forwards  
> in the preview window.

And I still think Cmd-[ and Cmd-] can be used for both functions:  
this is in line with other editors (BBEdit, TextWrangler, and I think  
Alpha as well), and is unlikely to cause confusion anyway.

> This is in line with Preview, but different from Safari, which uses  
> Cmd-( and Cmd-). What a mess, even among OS X applications!

And that is yet another French peculiarity, doesn't work for me.  
Remind me to bring my own keyboard if I ever have to spend time at a  
conference in France ;).

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