Re: Feature-request: [S]kip File when existing swap-file is found
- Christ van Willegen wrote:
> I've briefly looked into this, but this is buried deep in Vim...What command are you using when this happens?
> I would suggest adding an option to the [O]pen Readonly [E]dit anyway
> [R]ecover [Q]uit [A]bort menu, namely:
> [S]kip File
> This would be added if there are more files in the buffer list, and
> would move the buffer cursor to the file after (or before, depending
> on the direction that the user was navigating when the swap file was
I would think Q should already do this: Quit opening the buffer but
don't Abort the command.
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