[MlMt] starting with an active row - bug or feature?

Vlad Ghitulescu Vlad at Ghitulescu.de
Fri Jan 29 06:43:24 EST 2016

On 28 Jan 2016, at 22:10, David Shepherdson wrote:

> On 29 Jan 2016, at 07.10, Vlad Ghitulescu wrote:
>> As I mentioned in the previous thread, I'm using the BBEdit-command 
>> in MailMate.
>> One thing that's a bit annoying is that after the tab BBEdit starts 
>> with the cursor in the first row **and the whole row active** (as 
>> after CMD-L in BBEdit respectively CMD-left arrow & CMD-SHIFT-right 
>> arrow in every other OS X text editor).
> I’m also using the BBEdit command (but not automatically — I use a 
> keyboard shortcut when I want to edit a particular message using 
> BBEdit), and I also see this behaviour. I think it is a feature, so 
> that you are taken to the same line in BBEdit as the cursor was on in 
> MailMate; it’s just that BBEdit selects the line, rather than simply 
> moving to it.
> One way to stop this would be to edit the file:
> ~/Library/Application 
> Support/MailMate/Managed/Bundles/BBEdit.mmbundle/Support/bin/edit
> …and remove the ‘+${MM_LINE_NUMBER}’ part.

That was it (again! ;-)

> Otherwise, it’s probably a feature request to Bare Bones Software 
> for a way to go to a line from the bbedit tool without selecting it 
> (like the built-in Go To Line command does).

I'll do this too, why not?!

> David

Thanks again!

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