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The text cursor, or cursor is a graphic indication of the text insertion position,
which is also known as the point. Sometimes, people use the words “cursor” and
Jan 28, 2014 ... Vim has the mighty '*' and '#' keys that do an IncrementalSearch for the label
under the TextCursor. The standard method in emacs can be ...
Sep 11, 2014 ... ... are using KDE; CursorOnLinuxConsole – how to modifiy the TextCursor on the
Linux console; CustomizingFaces – how to customize faces ...
Jul 19, 2009 ... If I have the TextCursor halfway through a word, how do I quickly edit the rest of
the word? (e.g. in vi this would be “cw”). Here are a few ways:.
These commands move the TextCursor and Point: Forward a character: 'C-f';
Backward a charcter: 'C-b'; Forward a line: 'C-n'; Backward a line: 'C-p'; Go to the
If the TextCursor is on the currently selected message, or at the end of the buffer,
do nothing. Otherwise, select the message that the cursor is on." (interactive ...
Apr 29, 2012 ... ... RegularExpression · RequiredFeature · ScrollBar · SecondarySelection · Sexp ·
Special Frames · TextCursor · TextProperties · TheFringe ...
Sep 5, 2008 ... The TextCursor (not the MousePointer) defines the position of point, which is the
text insertion position. Point is one end of the region. The other ...
Aug 24, 2013 ... the prompt defaults to the word the TextCursor sits on, but you can TAB-complete
on each of the keys in the first column of the man-local-alist.
The default key bindings to show the previous and next command are M-p and
M-n, respectively. These work even if the TextCursor is not presently at the input ...