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Keystroke combination in Delphi EDI

Posted on 2013-11-24
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I completely forgot what keyboard keys combinations are used to :

Mark (with a number) a line while editing a (large) source file
Jump to that mark later on

Also, is there a way to "save" these marks and retrieve them after closing reopening the source ?

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Ctrl+K+0-9 : marks
Ctrl+0-9: jumps
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by:LeTay
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Thanks
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Glad to help you to fill your memory leak! :)
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by:LeTay
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Thanks
There was also a way to mark lines with no later "remembering" ....
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by:Marco Gasi
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I didn't know about this one...
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I used that one, not the Ctrl K ...
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by:Marco Gasi
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Do you mean Ctrl+Shift+0-9?
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Yes !
Looks to be exactly the same, isn't it ?
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by:Marco Gasi
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I totally agree: don't know why two shortcuts for the same action.
Cheers
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