Prepending a count breaks j and k

Drew Neil avatarDrew Neil created an issue

In the gundo window, j and k move up and down between undo states, which are actually 2 lines apart. If you prepend a count, things don't behave the way you would expect. I noted the following behaviour:

j = 1j = 2j

3j = 4j

5j = 6j etc...

k = 1k

2k & 3k do nothing

4k = 5k = down one

6k = 7k = down two

8k = 9k = down three

etc...

Not a show stopper, but it would be nice to be able to move quickly by prepending a count to j/k keys.

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