Re: Analog to SHIFT+Asterisk
- On 2010-07-01, BC wrote:
> On Jun 30, 6:29 pm, Hoss <todd.fr...@...> wrote:No. The window's location in the buffer may change, which is
> > (I know I can just shift+N afterwards, to get back where I was.
> > Something more elegant?)
> Shift+N may be inelegant (why? I don't understand that) but I don't
> see what would be wrong with a simple mapping like this:
> :map A *N
> Doesn't that do what you described?
visually jarring. The cursor's position may change, too, if it
wasn't originally on the first character of the word, but that's
usually not as noticeable.
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