Oftentimes I’m working with long command line directives, and as you can imagine, I usually screw up the spelling of a command. Despite being in the industry forever, I didn’t know you could click your way to the character position of the problem; I simply held the left or right arrow keys like an absolute caveman.
Did you know…to get to the specific character in the command, you can simply Option-click the character in the command line!
This isn’t even clever, I was just to lazy to ever look it up. Huh. Well, now I know, and so do you!
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