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Old 05-14-2011, 08:51 PM   #1
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LXer: how a linux refugee can navigate text on OSX like a boss


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Being a long time linux user, I occasionally find myself as a stranger in a strange land using MacOSX on my wife's macbook. The lack of certain specific keys for common text navigation (for example PageUp/PageDown keys, Home/End keys and Backspace key) makes keyboard navigation of text documents very cumbersome and slow. I hate having to take my fingers away from the keyboard to use the mouse to navigate around a text document. Furthermore, it's not that easy to find lists of key combinations just for text navigation on MacOSX, so I've compiled my own.

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