- Benji Fisher wrote:
> Starting from Insert mode, how is <C-O>. supposed to work? I triedI get strange results. Sometimes Vim doesn't go back to Insert mode.
> $ vim -u NONE
> After the first ".", I got a beep. After typing "bar", the buffer
> contained "foobar". After typing the second ".", the buffer contained
> "foobarfoo". I get even stranger results when 'insertmode' is set.
I'll look into it.
Just think of all the things we haven't thought of yet.
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