* ';' repeats the last f/F/t/T command. ',' does it in the opposite direction
* CTRL-O / CTRL-I - older/newer positions.
+* If you want to edit another file, but not write the changes in the current
+file yet, you can make it hidden: >
+The text with changes is still there, but you can't see it. This is further
+explained in section |22.4|: The buffer list.
+* :next and :previous to move to different files.
+After jumping to another file, you can use two predefined marks which are very
+This takes you to the position where the cursor was when you left the file.
+Another mark that is remembered is the position where you made the last