Re: Moving buffer boundaries
- TC> should do the trick. You'll want to play with which ones go up and
TC> for you preferences, as their behavior depends on which window you're
TC> Fancier play may be able to determine how those resizings take effect
TC> behave more intuitvely, but if you've got three windows open in a
TC> row/column and are in the middle one, what should ctrl+arrow do?
DF> I much prefer this selection, I have it in my _vimrc.
DF> I got it from the vim list eons ago.
Yup. This was the sort of "fancier play" I had mentioned. I fired off a
down & dirty (and a dumb & dirty for laughs ;-) solution, but this is a
much more suave solution. Nice work (or "nice dredging?" :) Hopefully
nobody ruined any good text with my "resize buffer" joke solution :)