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|Author:||bjast [ 2011-03-03 07:57:58 ]|
|Post subject:||Reversing Character|
Has anyone ever developed a macro that reverses characters?
theer > there
whele > wheel
ohlding > holding
As I've gotten older I'm finding I'm making this kind of mistake more often.
|Author:||Kino [ 2011-03-03 10:23:33 ]|
|Post subject:||Re: Reversing Character|
Same here ;-( Or worse: it is getting harder and harder for me to detect typos.
In the past, a similar problem was discussed at:
To sum up, if you want to swap a character before the insertion point with a character after it, just hit control-t which is a built-in Cocoa keybinding, working in all Cocoa applications. However, if you want to reverse two characters before the insertion point, you need something else.
Here is yet another macro attempt for the latter case, the laziest one ;-)
As the macro above just call Cocoa actions via Send Selector command, it is easy to enable the same functionality in all Cocoa applications by putting a custom keybindings dictionary (DefaultKeyBinding.dict) in /Users/you/Library/KeyBindings/. Attached is a sample dictionary file. It is a text file you can edit, for example, in TextEdit.
"^'" defines the key combination (control-') assigned to this functionality. To execute it by another key combination, just change "^'":
For example, "^a" for control-a, "^$n" for control-shift-n.
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