87950Re: Alternate Tab
- Mar 3, 2008I do not know of anything different than the keys you have mentioned.
But you can always map different keys to these functions. Here are some of my mappings from my .vimrc file:
" Make a new tap with CTRL+t
:nmap <C-t> :tabnew<cr>
:imap <C-t> <ESC>:tabnew<cr>
" Go to the next tab with a key press while in navigation mode
:nmap <tab> :tabnext<cr>
" Go to previous tab with Shift+h and next tab with Shift+l in navigation mode
:nmap <S-h> gT
:nmap <S-l> gt
" Move to next tab while within insert mode
:imap <C-E> <ESC>:tabnext<cr>a
And those this is not related to what you want, I often use this to spawn a new tab (or Explorer window).
" Run Explorer in a new Tab
imap <F1> <Esc>:call RunExplorer() <CR>
cmap <F1> :call RunExplorer() <CR>
nmap <silent> <F1> :call RunExplorer() <CR>
if expand("%") != ""
I hope that helps.On Sun, Mar 2, 2008 at 9:32 PM, Jeenu <jeenuv@...> wrote:
I wonder whether there is a command which would open alternate tab,
similar to CTRL-^ for alternate buffer. This would be particularly
useful when working with 2 tabs most of the time. It's a bit painful
to use multiple 'gt' and 'gT', unless they are placed next to each
other using ':tabm'
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