Re: [code] keybindings

From: Joseph McDonald <joe.att.vpop.net>
Date: Tue, 10 Jan 2017 21:42:35 -0800

On 01/10/2017 07:54 AM, Robert Gieseke wrote:
> Am 09/01/17 um 14:52 schrieb Mitchell:
>>> Is there a way to bring up a screen that shows all
>>> keybindings in current context
>>> and/or a way to show what is bound to
>>> a keystroke or keystroke sequence (like emacs describe-key)
>>
>> No, this feature does not exist. You can use the Key Bindings reference[1]
>> in conjunction with your *~/.textadept/init.lua*'s key bindings.
>>
>
> Not exactly what you asked for but the Tools/Select Command
> (Meta-Shift-C in the terminal version) is useful for finding commands
> and their short cuts.

    Wow that's fabulous! I wonder if it could be tweaked
    to also search the "Key Command" as well, so typing
    "mC" would show "Tools: Select Command" (on curses).
    Also would be great if it gave the actual function
    name to aid people in tweaking their init.lua, for
    instance I'd like to set it to cE in curses as well
    to match the GUI version but don't know the function
    name.

thanks,
-joe

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Received on Wed 11 Jan 2017 - 00:42:35 EST

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