Is there a way to go to the last position I was in the document? Like "CTRL -" in Visual Studio. I've looked and searched everywhere, even among plugins, but couldn't find any information.
Jasspa's MicroEmacs offers a whole slew of abilities. Such as alphanumeric marks so you can place marks all over the document and then simply issue a keyboard command to move to a mark.
It also has a full programming/macro language built-in, along with a keyboard recorder to play back your keystrokes, very, very handy.
The only thing I don't like is the GUI, it's not a typical Windows-style program and it's kinda clunky. But you can write some very complex editing scripts with it and have them execute with a few keystrokes and remap the keyboard to your liking.
Now if they only would re-do the interface. I might have to try GNU Emacs.
as in the bottom of the page? you can use "ctrl end". works in most programs.
Are Bookmarks good enough for you ? You can go to NEXT and PREVIOUS with them.
Thanks to both of you, I am aware of those techniques, but that was not what I was looking for. Maybe I'll have to write my own plugin... "Go to last" is a really useful functionality.
I would love to see that functionality, too. It's a bit like "undo last cursor movement."