- Sep 2 7:54 AMOn 2 September 2010 13:31, Mark Santcroos wrote:
>> Le 1 sept. 2010 à 16:57, björn a écrit :Ok! Still not my cup of tea though. :-)
> On Wed, Sep 1, 2010 at 23:05, Vincent Berthoux <twinside@...> wrote:
>> What about this commands :
>> nnoremap <SwipeLeft> gt
>> nnoremap <SwipeRight> gT
>> this way, the swipe allow us to switch around the opened tabs, which quite fit the gesture idea.
> I fully support this usage from Vincent, it was exactly what I had in
> mind at the time and I like it already.
> It is confirming with my Firefox tab switching. And it is really
> faster than clicking the tab if you are browsing through text and you
> are not near the top.
I did however think of something that I am considering to make a
MacVim default mapping, namely:
nmap <buffer> <SwipeLeft> :po<CR>
nmap <buffer> <SwipeRight> :ta<CR>
in $VIMRUNTIME/ftpluging/help.vim. This way it is possible to go
back/forward in the help files using swipe (but this _only_ applies to
help files, so swipe can still be bound to whatever in other buffers).
I just tried it out and it makes navigating the help a lot more
I also noticed that the swipe key will affect the "focused" view
instead of the one that the mouse cursor is over which feels a bit
unintuitive. I'll put it on my todo to fix this. Uh, and swiping in
cmdline mode inserts <SwipeXXX> into the cmdline...annoying, will fix
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