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The below functions are available in [Edit] > [Go to]. You can use shortcuts for more convenience.
  • Go to Line (Alt + Ctrl + L (Mac: ⌥⌘L)): Enter the line number you want to go to. When you run it, an input window appears at the top right of the workspace. After entering the line number, press Enter or Go. This also available from the right-click menu in the editor.
  • Go to Bracket (Ctrl + M (Mac: ⌘M)): Moves to the opposite side of the parenthesis where the cursor is located.
  • Go to Left Subword (Alt + ← (Mac: ←)): Moves to the beginning of the word where the cursor is located.
  • Go to Right Subword (Alt + → (Mac: ⌥ →)): Moves to the end of the word where the cursor is located.
  • Scroll Line Up (Ctrl + ↑ (MAC: ⌥ ^ ↑)): Scrolls the editor up one line. If the cursor is outside of the visible area, the cursor cannot longer move up.
  • Scroll Line Down (Ctrl + ↓ (MAC: ⌥ ^ ↓)): Scrolls the editor down one line. If the cursor is outside of the visible area, the cursor cannot longer move down.
  • Show in Center (Ctrl + K + C (Mac: ⌘KC)): Adjusts the scroll so that the cursor is on the center of the editor.
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