License: Freeware
Downloads: 1
Op. System: Mac OS X
Last updated: 2009-05-15
File size: 6 KB
Publisher: MIKOZAWA Akira

Publisher description for DiamondCursorKeyBindingDict

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DiamondCursorKeyBindingDict contains a key binding dictionary (DefaultKeyBinding.Dict) which allows you to use diamond cursor (Ward Star like key binding) in the text view of Cocoa applications. It does not affect Carbon applications such as Finder. Installation 1. Drag the DefaultKeyBinding.dict to the folder ~/Library/KeyBindings. Create the new one, when there is no KeyBindings folder in the Library folder, 2. Launch Terminal and type follows: - defaults write -g NSQuotedKeystrokeBinding -string "^p" - then enter return key (NSQuotedKeystrokeBinding is assigned to ^q with Default). Re-launch the Cocoa applications to use diamond cursor. Uninstallation 1. Change the name of DefaultKeyBinding.dict in the KeyBindings folder or move DefaultKeyBinding.dict to the other location. 2. Launch Terminal and type follows: - defaults delete -g NSQuotedKeystrokeBinding - then enter return key. Re-launch the Cocoa applications to use the system default key binding (Emacs). Key Binding input control code control+P move backward control+S move forward control+D move up control+E move down control+X move word left control+A move word right control+F move to beginning of line control+Q control+S move to end of line control+Q control+D move to beginning of document control+Q control+R move to end of document control+Q control+C scroll line up control+W scroll line down control+Z scroll page up control+R scroll page down control+C delete backward control+H delete forward control+G delete word backward control+T insert newline control+M undo control+U

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