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Add actions to manipulate page text line in Eclipse IDE or others

Asked by Mikhail Sviridov on 2017-04-27

Here the list of possible actions and possible accelerators (through they can be changed in GTK):
- duplicate line(s) up (Ctrl+Alt+Up)
- duplicate line(s) down (Ctrl+Alt+Down)
- move line(s) up (Alt+Up)
- move line(s) down (Alt+Down)
- delete line(s) (Ctrl+D)

It's very handy to use accelerators and line manipulation actions.

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In the development version such actions have been added to the "sort lines"
plugin - will be in next release.

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On Thu, Apr 27, 2017 at 8:04 AM Mikhail Sviridov <
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> New question #629232 on Zim:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/zim/+question/629232
>
> Here the list of possible actions and possible accelerators (through they
> can be changed in GTK):
> - duplicate line(s) up (Ctrl+Alt+Up)
> - duplicate line(s) down (Ctrl+Alt+Down)
> - move line(s) up (Alt+Up)
> - move line(s) down (Alt+Down)
> - delete line(s) (Ctrl+D)
>
> It's very handy to use accelerators and line manipulation actions.
>
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Doğan Çelik (dogancelik) said : #2

Alt+Up and Alt+Down are already used.

Below are binding suggestions for line move actions

Sublime Text uses:
* Ctrl + Shift + Up
* Ctrl + Shift + Down

OneNote uses:
* Alt + Shift + Up
* Alt + Shift + Down

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