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Šime Vidas
fn + delete = delete forward option + delete = delete preceding word command + delete = delete preceding text in line
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Axel Rauschmayer Mar 4
Replying to @simevidas
Check out Ctrl-K!
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Šime Vidas Mar 5
Replying to @rauschma
That should have been shift + command + delete 😭. Who is going to remember some random control + K?
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Axel Rauschmayer Mar 5
Replying to @simevidas
Unix stuff often works on macOS: Ctrl-K, Ctrl-A, Ctrl-E, Ctrl-D
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Jakub G Mar 5
Replying to @simevidas
FYI I started writing some Mac shortcuts here: feel invited to put some more in the comments!
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Farhad Mar 5
Replying to @simevidas @rauschma
if it deletes from the point to the end of the line, it's from emacs binding (k means kill), it also works in ba(sh)/zsh
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Šime Vidas Mar 5
Replying to @__jakub_g
Pretty much the same commands that I use 👍. Except that I press (command + up) to scroll to top. And (command + L) to focus the browser’s address bar is also very useful.
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