Hi, the issue I have is with
ctrl-right and all things related.
ctrl-right is binded to
editor:move-to-end-of-word, but it does not work well for programming languages where lot of spaces and indents are used.
on') ->a 12345678 (numbers to refer to cursor position)
On the code above when I go right, my cursor stops after char 2, 4 and 7, but when going backwards (to the left) it stops at position 7, 5, and 2. The problem here is that depends on the direction I go - when going left and right, I have different “stops”.
I would like Atom to stop for each boundary (end of the word and start of the word), does not matter what direction I’m going. So In my example, always stop at 2,4,5 and 7. is it possible to do in Atom?
In other words - is there a function like
editor:move-backward-to-word-boundary. I mean any boundary, start or stop one.
I will be appreciate for your advises