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Re: Inconsistency in command line editor window

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... Of course. Using the command line from the command-line window is one level deeper, these commands apply to the command-line window. The command line you
    Message 1 of 2 , Jan 30, 2001
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      Jonathon Merz wrote:

      > If you enter the command :q in the command line editor, it closes the
      > command line editor, but if you select it from the history list and hit
      > return, it closes the command line window and one more window. If there
      > is only one other window, then Vim exits all together.

      Of course. Using the command line from the command-line window is one level
      deeper, these commands apply to the command-line window. The command line you
      hit <CR> on is the result of editing the command line, and applies to where
      you started the command-line window.

      If this confuses you, don't use the command-line window.

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