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Here's a buffer gem I found today:http://gist.github.com/76540This will set [tab] for command completion and ,, to browse the buffers in a non-intrusive way.
Hope you didn't plan on using the jumplist, because remapping <Tab> (aka <C-i>) takes away the ability to move forward.I remap <C-Right> and <C-Left> to :bn<CR> and :bp<CR>, respectively.
Good tips guys... thanks!
I like to use shift-[hl] to move back/forward in the bufferlist. It works great with minibufexpl because that is like moving left/right in the list of "tabs". Also it complements ctrl-[hjkl] for moving between windows.from my vimrc:nnoremap <silent><C-j> <C-w>jnnoremap <silent><C-k> <C-w>knnoremap <silent><C-l> <C-w>lnnoremap <silent><C-h> <C-w>hnnoremap <silent><S-h> :bp<CR>nnoremap <silent><S-l> :bn<CR>PS- Is there any way to avoid using < for < in blogger comments?
Really simple and very useful.Thanks
Thanks, I love this tip.
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