140937Re: Avoid switching files with ctrl-o
- Jan 22, 2014On 2014-01-22, Paul wrote:
> On Wednesday, January 22, 2014 8:00:09 PM UTC-5, Gary Johnson wrote:Others here may have some ideas, but there is no way that I know of.
> >On 2014-01-22, Paul wrote:
> >> I like navigating through old cursor positions with ctrl-o and
> >> ctrl-i. However, I don't necessarily like the way it switches
> >> files sometimes. I end up writing the current file before
> >> switching files, and when I go back to the original file, Undo no
> >> longer works. Is there a way to prevent ctrl-o from switching
> >> files? How about preventing this only when ctrl-o is invoked from
> >> a macro such as one defined using one of the :map variations?
> > It sounds like the problem may not be that Ctrl-O switches files but
> > that switching files loses your undo history. If that's the case,
> > then see
> > :help undo-persistence
> Actually, I want to avoid switching files as well. That's the
> main problem for me, the undo is just icing on the problem. Is
> that possible (avoiding the file switch, preferrably selectively,
> such as in a macro)?
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