From TED Notepad
This section is up to date for TED Notepad version 22.214.171.124.
|Home||Moves the caret to the indentation of the currnet line. If hit again, moves to the beginning of the current unwrapped |
Note: This behaviour can be turned off in the Settings by the Disable smart Home key on the Edit page.
|End||Moves the caret to the last character of the currnet wrapped line. If hit again, moves to the end of the current line. If hit again, moves to the end of the current unwrapped |
Note: It might seem (visually) that there is no difference between the first and the second hit of this key. In reality, however, there is a difference in moving up and down to other lines from this position. While after the first hit "a visual horizontal position" is kept, after the second hit "the end of any line" is respected. In other words, by the second hit, the user forces the caret to stay at the end of lines while moving the cursor up and down.
|Ctrl+Home||Moves the caret the beginning of the document.|
|Ctrl+End||Moves the caret the end of the document.|
|Ctrl+Up Arrow||Moves the caret up to the beginning of the previous|
|Ctrl+Down Arrow||Moves the caret down to the beginning of the next|
|Ctrl+Left Arrow||Moves the caret left|
|Ctrl+Right Arrow||Moves the caret right|
|Ctrl+G||Shows the Go to dialog. Then moves the caret to a line or position specified in the dialog.|