There used to be a nifty Mac utility called QuickCursor. It set up a global hotkey you could use whenever you were editing text in any app. When invoked, it would open up a copy of your chosen text editor1 passing the text into it. You could then edit away using the FULL POWER of your editing setup, and when you saved the file the text would be copied back into the app where it came from.
At the risk of making it seem like ALL I care about is macros (should’ve registered recursivemac.ro), here’s another post about macros!
Yesterday I posted a macro recording and asked if you could guess what it would
do when played back.
Today, we find out the answer!
Here’s a puzzle for you. What does the following series of keystrokes do?
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