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Hineynu 13 years ago updated by Alexander Blach (Developer) 12 years ago 5 2 duplicates
Clicking the line number would add a bookmark to that line (visible by highlighting the line number somehow). Then a keyboard shortcut or popup window (maybe a couple icons added to the Line Number and Column number window?) would be used for navigating to First, Previous, Next, or Last bookmark (or just Previous and Next if there is not enough screen for four buttons). These icons could be hidden if there are no bookmarks in the open file. Clicking on the line number of a bookmarked line would remove the bookmark from the line.
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Sounds good. I've seen similar implementations in IDEs from Borland/Inprise/Embercadero.
I second the idea. Taping the line number to place a bookmark is a good idea and would really help with navigating long files of code.
Textmate does a good job on this too, and is a lot simplle
This would open the door for use as an eBook reader too. Though I'm not sure how well Textastic handles REALLY big files though.