Looking for a keyboard shortcut to select text in a browser (Chrome) till the end (or beginning) of a line.
According to Apple Support the keyboard shortcut
SHIFT-CMD-RIGHTARROW is meant to
Select the text between the insertion point and the end of the current line.
This works well in MS Word and text editors, but fails in web browsers. I am aware of the Emacs shortcut
E (see this answer) - but this behaves differently: it will select the text till the next "line break character", not till the end of a visible line. I.e., if there is an "automatic" line break in the browser which is not because of a corresponding line break in the HTML source code, the Emacs-like command will select the whole block, typically until the end of the current paragraph, not only the text till the "visible line break".
In contrast, in-text editors or MS Word, SHIFT-CMD-RIGHTARROW will select text only till the end of the "visible line". It also works in text boxes in the browser (like the one you use to create a question or answer here), but unfortunately not in "normal web pages".