Alt-up/down moves the current line up/down. I often use this in combination with ctrl-alt-up/down...
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Joined: Jul 11, 2001
Forgot to mention: it also works with a selection of several lines.
Joined: Aug 31, 2004
So, as a summary for anyone else interested in copying/moving whole lines:
Ctrl+Alt+down: copies current line or selected lines to below
Ctrl+Alt+up: copies current line or selected lines to above
Alt+up: moves current line or selected lines to above
Alt+down: moves current line or selected lines to below
Ctrl+Shift+L: brings up a List of shortcut keys & pressing twice gets...
Window/Preferences - General/Keys: allows you to modify the lot
As an example, to copy a whole line somewhere else: 1. Press Ctrl+Alt+up (or down) 2. Press Alt+up (or down) as many times until you reach desired location.