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Re: how to go back after CTRL- ]

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  • Alejandro Exojo
    ... When you navigate forward with CTRL-], the way to go back is CTRL-T. If you want to navigate through the jump list, see the recent thread about going back
    Message 1 of 4 , Apr 12, 2012
      El Jueves, 12 de abril de 2012, gaoqiang escribió:
      > I know it will come back using CTRL-o,however,not so conviently as I
      > want. for example,when I pressed CTRL-] to another file, and then
      > pressed CTRL-f, and then CTRL-o ,I will go back to the position just
      > before CTRL -f ,not before CTRL-].
      >
      > any keys to go back directly to the previous file ,ignoring any
      > movement within the file ?

      When you navigate forward with CTRL-], the way to go back is CTRL-T.

      If you want to navigate through the jump list, see the recent thread about
      going back from "gf".

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