You will need to install a user script manager extension to install this script.
Full Credits to Harutyun Amirjanyan for the jump-to-PDF script, as found on the Ace forum, in this post.
List of mappings defined here:
imap jj <esc>and
imap jk <esc>
nmap j gjand
nmap k gk(so far, we cannot mapt
g0in Ace editor.)
;lvare triggering the following button
,vto toggle the file-tree on the left.
,oto enter editor-only mode: it hides the file panel and the PDF preview pane. (Caveat: if file-tree is hidden and PDF view is alive, this shortcut will show the file-tree and hide PDF.)
:oin Commandline, to hide box below the editor pane, introduced by the "Omega" icon to the right of "Source | Rich Text".
:ccin Commandline, to toggle the Comment panel. Alias include:
:homein Commandline, to get back to the "All Projects" view.
:login Commandline, to toggle the "CompileLog"
[to jump to the next/previous spell-checking suggestion.
3to select over the options offered. It doesn't matter how the suggestion card is brought up. As long as it is visible, one can select over the candidates using 1, 2, 3.
Visually, a vertical divider is drawn at the 80th column. All lines with more than 80 cols are wrapped at 80th column.
Note, this script unmaps
ctrl+l, leaving it available for the browser.
It should be plug-and-play, and include settings of the following sort.
unmapcertain special keys. (For now,
,are specially reserved for unknown purposes.)
command! Short LongCommand, where
:Shortcan be callable. And, in TamperMonkey, the