Here’s a keyboard shortcut that I don’t think I ever learned.
From the TextMate documentation:
4.5.2 Find Clipboard
Two useful key equivalents are ⌘E and ⌘G. The first copies the selection to the shared find clipboard. This works in the majority of applications and allows you to find the next occurrence of that string by then pressing ⌘G.
The find clipboard works across applications so whether in Safari, TextEdit, Mail, TextMate, Terminal, Console, or similar, one can copy the selected text to the find clipboard, switch application and use ⌘G to find that string.
- Posted July 25, 2007 in: Macintosh,Software & Internet
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