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[StrongED] Re: Manual - Shortcuts

In article <4bb8c20f57.fjgraute@xxxxxxxxx>,
   Fred Graute <fjgraute@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> The markers for the cursor position (\@) can be followed by a number.
> This number refers to a previous cursor position. When the cursor
> reaches this numbered field the text from the position it refers to is
> copied.

> If we have this shortcut: ``f    function \@()\n-- end of \@0

> After typing ``f and filling in the function name we might have:

>   function Foobar()
>   -- end of

> The cursor will just after Foobar. If we now hit return the cursor will
> be moved to after 'end of ' and the text from cursor position 0 will be
> copied here, in this case 'Foobar', so that we end up with:

>   function Foobar()
>   -- end of Foobar

Neat! Done. I have expanded it a bit and put in another example from html.

If I'd done Shortcuts first I woud have saved a lot of typing!

The main problem with Shortcuts is remembering what you have made!


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