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Re: How to find out why a mapping has timeout?

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  • Ben Fritz
    ... For some reason, ; is a fairly common map leader (:help mapleader). I personally find the ; command way too useful to override without a replacement.
    Message 1 of 3 , Jun 29 10:53 AM
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      On Jun 29, 2:04 am, Jürgen Krämer <jottka...@...> wrote:
      > Hi,
      >
      > John Magolske wrote:
      > > To avoid having to use the shift key when getting to the command
      > > prompt, I have this in my vimrc :
      >
      > >     noremap ; :
      >
      > >  I just switched over to a new machine with a fresh install of
      > > Debian, and I'm finding the ; keypress is now subject to timeout...but
      > > I can't figure out why. This was not the case on my old machine using
      > > the identical vimrc. How might I go about finding why this behavior
      > > is occurring?
      >
      > you probably have two or more mappings that start with ";". You can
      > check this with
      >
      >   :noremap ;
      >
      > which will show you all (normal/visual/operator-pending mode) mappings.
      >

      For some reason, ';' is a fairly common map leader (:help mapleader).
      I personally find the ';' command way too useful to override without a
      replacement.

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