|Apr 26, 2006, 08:30 PM||#1|
Xcode snapback/bookmarks shortcuts
How do I quickly set a snapback point for the cursor or a bookmark in Xcode that I can easily return to?
Edit: I found a solution using bookmarks:
cmd+D to set a bookmark (prompts for bookmark name)
ctrl+4 to jump to a bookmark (pops up bookmark list)
It's not ideal. I would prefer being able to set a single snapback point using a shortcut without being prompted for a name, and to return to it with a single shortcut. The bookmark solution would also quickly fill up with bookmarks if I use it for snapback ... must figure out how to delete bookmarks.
Someone get Nekkid™, now!
Last edited by gekko513; Apr 26, 2006 at 08:42 PM.
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