Once in a while I do work on a large number of files (i.e. today it was about 1,700) using a command such as:
gvim `find . -name *.cpp`
and I use the "n" (no changes) or "wn" (made a change) to go through all my files.
Once in a while I notice I missed something and would like to restart at a certain position. Is there a way to reset that buffer position? I found that I could use a
<count>:N but that's not as practical as specifying that this or that specific buffer should now be the one (i.e. I have to do the math...)