[IPython-User] tiny accessibility question
Tue Nov 20 04:49:25 CST 2012
Forgot to mention - it's Qt Console. Terminal I think displays just one
line at a time, and does not list history with multiline snippets.
I expect that chances are low that such shortcut exist, but as I still
don't know Linux terminal shortcuts, I thought maybe there are chances that
some key combination can jump to the beginning of snippet in mentioned
On Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 11:35 AM, Thomas Kluyver <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On 20 November 2012 09:22, klo uo <email@example.com> wrote:
>> While browsing through IPython history with up/down arrows, I see last
>> lines/snippets history. Let's consider current history item is snippet with
>> 10 lines. Now, in this "history" mode, I can press Ctrl+End and cursor will
>> change it's position from first line to end of the code block, but pressing
>> Ctrl+Home will not get cursor to the first line of current snippet, but to
>> the beginning of current session. So obviously previous Ctrl+End just
>> positions cursor to the end of current session, which in this scenario is
>> history item.
> Is this in the terminal, or the Qt console? In the terminal, we have very
> limited control over things like shortcuts.
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