> On January 31, 2014 at 2:10 AM jscipione@xxxxxxxxx wrote: > * Command+Left goes to beginning of line, ignoring softwrap > * Command+Right goes to the end of line, ignoring softwrap As mentioned on the list, I would prefer this to stay being used for word-wise navigation -- just like it is on pretty much any other platform (not counting in OS X). Is there any reason to deviate from this? I don't think so, especially because this has really rare usage, and furthermore, the option key is not available on all keyboards. > c21873f: WebPositive: BTextView shortcuts work in URL bar [...] > Unfortunately this doesn't also work for text fields inside webpages. I don't think those should be mixed depending on context, anyway. Just leave command-left|right as is in text views, and use different short cuts to go back/forth in the history. At least I can't remember having used keyboard navigation in web sites on purpose this way even once (as navigating the web via keyboard just sucks). But many times I did so erroneously, which can be quite annoying if you lose text input on the way. Bye, Axel.