I’ve passed along a few Mac tips before…
- Common Navigation Keystrokes in OS X, Windows
- Formatting Big FAT32 Volumes
- OS X Hints for Windows users
… and here’s one for Terminal. If you’re a vi or Emacs user and want to be able to use the mouse to move your cursor, visit Terminal’s Preferences and change to Emulation. There you’ll find the ability to “Option-Click to position cursor.” Enable that and you’ll be able to move your editor’s insertion point onscreen without a bunch of arrow-keystrokes.