Until I started MakerSquare, I hadn’t used a OS X on a regular basis for about 2 years. Since MakerSquare, I’ve hardly touched Windows. I’ve remembered most of the keyboard shortcuts for OS X, and I’ve learned a few new ones for cool apps like SizeUp and the suggested text editor Sublime Text 2. However, I’ve been trying to figure out how to ‘jump to the end of a line’ aka how to replicate the function of the ‘end’ key for a couple weeks now, and just now figured it out. On accident. /o And now I realize why I was getting nowhere with Google. It’s on OS level shortcut, not specific to my text editor.
⌘ + left arrow
So there is the secret for anyone who is new to OS X and trying to find the ‘home’ key or the ‘end’ button. This appears to work for any program, including Sublime Text. And now, I can stop banging my head against this wall!
And for the record:
⌘ + right arrow
gets you to the beginning of the line, and up and down take you to the top and bottom of the entire document.