Issue #16 new

support more movement commands

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It would be nice if more movement commands, like clicking the mouse or gg/G with a count, would work. Maybe you could use a cursormove autocmd to just make any movement command work?

Comments (4)

  1. Steve Losh repo owner

    Clicking the mouse should already work, as should gg/G. Not sure why you would use a count with either of those... am I missing something?

  2. Steve Losh repo owner

    Clicking the mouse should already work, as should gg/G. Not sure why you would use a count with either of those... am I missing something?

  3. Anonymous

    I'd find useful if there were some way of mirroring what happens when you undo and redo in the main buffer.

    (unrelated: <count>G jumps to <count> line.)

  4. Denilson Sá

    Double-clicking with the mouse applies the change. However, single-clicking does nothing, while I expected it would update the preview pane.

    Single-click should behave just like arrow keys (moving the cursor and updating the preview pane), while double-click already behaves like Enter (going back to that change).

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