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Author roger.serwy
Recipients rhettinger, roger.serwy, terry.reedy
Date 2013-04-03.04:07:26
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When using the IDLE Classic OSX key set, the "beginning-of-line" virtual event gets bound to <Control-Key-Left>. Using this key set I can repeat the behavior that Raymond observed.

The .home_callback() in Lib/idlelib/ contains the logic from #3851 for placing the cursor at the beginning of the prompt, but it requires that a key combination be bound to the beginning-of-line virtual event.

Should we append "<Key-Home> <Control-Key-a>" to the begining-of-line config in Lib/idlelib/config-keys.def ?
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