[Mono-list] Noobie Question: Hotkeys for Bookmarks
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Fri Jun 8 18:39:04 UTC 2012
It isn't very clear, but "Ctrl + M" is "Press and hold control and then
press M" and "| T" is "and then press T afterwards".
It is different to "Ctrl + M + T" because for Ctrl+M+T you press all of
the keys, where as for "Ctrl + M | T" you let go of the Ctrl + M before
you press the T.
I hope that makes sense.
On 08/06/12 09:00, WrGraban wrote:
> I recently discovered the beauty of using bookmarks in order help me debug
> effectively inside of large files. What stumped me was how to execute the
> hotkey stroke that tooltip popped up with. I don't remember ever coming
> across a tooltip that read: "Ctrl + M|T".
> I tried all kinds of different combinations before I gave up and went back
> to just using the mouse to take advantage of Bookmarks.
> How in the world do I execute this keystroke?
> Thanks in advance.
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