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Latest commit 8a243d2 Mar 22, 2017 @peterokagey peterokagey committed with FichteFoll Disambiguate moving to beginning of line. (#236)
On my machine (Sublime Text 3, macOS 10.12.3) `^+A` goes the beginning of the line (Column 1) but `⌘+Left` goes to the first non-whitespace character on the line (e.g. column three if the line starts with two spaces).

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