I'm dying at Mac OSX 10.5.8 + Firefox finding how to go to the beginning of the line in Google Docs
I was cursed with too little intelligence to use this glorified OS. Would any one please guide me in that so dead-simple stuff?
All the basic emacs commands are implemented across OSX:
This may depend on your browser, but for browsers that follow the Mac standards (including Firefox):
Ctrl+A takes you to the start of the line.
Ctrl+E takes you to the end of the line.
Cmd+Up/Down Arrow takes you to the start/end of the document.
Fn+Up/Down Arrow takes you one page up or down.
I think the "Home" button on your keyboard does what you want. It works on Linux and Windows... maybe it'll work on a mac too.
Edit: And apparently macs don't have a home button. You can try this though: