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Re: Moving buffer boundaries

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  • Tim Chase
    TC should do the trick. You ll want to play with which ones go up and down TC for you preferences, as their behavior depends on which window you re in. TC
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 30, 2003
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      TC> should do the trick. You'll want to play with which ones go up and
      down
      TC> for you preferences, as their behavior depends on which window you're
      in.
      TC> Fancier play may be able to determine how those resizings take effect
      and
      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>
      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 :)

      -tim
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