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I normally can use Command-DownArrow, to go to the bottom of the document in text editor such as TextMate.

How can I do the same thing in Safari? How can I scroll down to the bottom of the document with Safari when I read the long HTML document?

And, how can I scroll one screen with keyboard?

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Command+Down works for me. – Senseful Feb 25 '11 at 23:28
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Command ⌘ + Down ↓ or Function (Fn) + Right → should both work.

Fn Right is the built-in key combination that is most equivalent to the End key.

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And, how can I scroll one screen with keyboard?

Press the Space key.

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that only scrolls a couple lines and does not jump to the bottom of the page tho... – Alex Feb 27 '11 at 21:35
Strange. On my computer it scrolls one screen. – user588 Feb 27 '11 at 23:44

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