Navigational package for the Atom text editor.
This package lets you jump with the cursor vertically across space separated blocks, skipping empty lines. It also lets you select while jumping and has a command that selects current block.
Jumping inside a block takes you to the its edge. When jumping from an edge of a block the cursor skips the closest edge in the new block. Consecutive empty lines are always skipped.
|Skip Closest Edge||Disable this to jump to every edge of every block irregardless of where you jump from. (Default: on)|
|Jump To Block Separator||Enable this to always jump to empty lines. The same behavior as in the package block-travel. (Default: off)|
|Alt+Shift+Up||Jump and select up|
|Alt+Shift+Down||Jump and select down|
|Alt+Cmd+d||Select block around cursor, consecutive usage cycles downward|
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