When using the
:oldfiles command, I can easily exit the list with
When I use the
:registers command, it says "Press ENTER or type command to continue". But I would like to exit the list with
q, without entering into macro recording which is annoying. I don't like pressing
Is there a native Vim way to exit the register list with
q, just like the
:oldfiles "pager" does? It would be nice to have a bit of consistency.
To display registers, I actually do
:reg "0123456789, which is a short output, so that's why Vim's "more-prompt pager" is not used (cf.
:h more-prompt). I have a lot of
:oldfiles, so that's why Vim's "more-prompt pager" is used in this case.
I want to be able to always hit
q regardless of whether the output is short. Maybe there is a way to always force the "more-prompt pager"? Or to customize mappings for output windows? Worst case scenario I could pipe the output in a scratch buffer that has a custom
q mapping, if there is no simpler solution.