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Old Oct 16, 2009, 07:54 AM   #1
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shortcut for xcode top-of-file

In Xcode, I often want to return to the top of the file. So I use Fn/Home. But that does not move the cursor. Is there a shortcut to move both the cursor and the window to the top of the file?
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Cmd-Up Arrow will do it.
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Cmd-Up Arrow will do it.
Cool ... I think I tried every key combo except that .
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