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Re: Re: Using location marks



fixed

Adrian,

Where can we find a list of "Actions"?


Jeff Stevens
Mize, Houser & Co. P.A.
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[WDSCI-L] Re: Using location marks






To assign Ctrl+I (when in the text area, command line, or prefix area) 
as shortcut for "Find Mark":
Window > Preferences > LPEX Editor > User Key Actions >
   Key:    c-i.t.c.p
   Action: findMark
Set > OK.

Wilt, Charles wrote:
> Ok,
> 
> I figured out Ctrl-Q to set a "quick mark" in the source and Alt-Q to 
goto a "quick mark".
> 
> Also nee how to use 'Edit'-->'Mark'-->'Name a Mark' to set a "named 
mark" and how to goto a named mark by using 'Edit'-->'Find Other'-->'Find 
Mark' to get the command line to switch to the "Find Mark".
> 
> Is there any way to set a keyboard shortcut for the "Find Mark"?

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