- upgrade to Ubuntu (your Home and End keys will start working, too!)
Marnen Laibow-Koser wrote:
Huh? Home and End work fine on Mac OS X. So do Ctrl-A and Ctrl-E.
I opted for completely removing my old build and all of the gems in favor
of the new one (as it was in opt/local as opposed to usr/local)
So, other than installing multiple Rubies to several different uncommon
As Gavin said, that was user error. Leopard comes with a perfectly fine
Ruby installation already.
and making you use two keystrokes for the more common operation
(moving to the beginning and the end of the lines),
Get your facts straight, Phlip. In most Mac apps, Home and End do go
to the beginning and end of the line. Generally Cmd-Home goes to the
beginning of the file.
(And on my laptop, there’s no keystroke benefit anyway; Home and End
need the Fn key, and because of the key layout, I can do Ctrl-A and
Ctrl-E with one hand.)
Macs are indeed
Gift to Usability!
Absolutely. Linux is great for servers, but I’ll take Mac OS for a
desktop OS any day.
And I have to say, Phlip, I really think that you are God’s Gift to
Testing, but I’m not sure why you feel it necessary to post
mean-spirited, inaccurate information like this in other subject