Nevermind, I figured this out - I was looking for the 'smart' versions of 
the functions.

added shortcut in myLeoSettings for:
forward-word-smart = Ctrl+Right
back-word-smart = Ctrl+Left

Kevin


On Wednesday, April 11, 2018 at 1:45:07 PM UTC-4, k-hen wrote:
>
> Hi All,
>
> Sorry for all my beginner questions, but could someone please help point 
> be in the right direction to edit/replace the ctrl+arrow functions to also 
> stop on operators?
>
> say I have the body text: 
> 'test1', '', 'test2'
>
> In leo, if I start at the beginning of the line then ctrl+right-arrow, 
> then stop 1 = before 'test1', stop 2 = before test2, but like most other 
> editors I need it to stop at the other characters/operators to edit the 
> empty string in the middle.
>
> Not sure if this has to do with the language settings or if it's just a 
> standard functions.
>
> Thank you kindly,
> Kevin
>
>

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