I'm somewhat ashamed to admit, the main reason I chose neovim over vim was it's native feature of changing cursor shape in different modes. For example, it uses vertical-bar in insert mode, block-shape in normal mode and horizontal-bar in operator-pending mode.
Until recently, I didn't know there was a cursor shape for operator-pending mode. This was because I'm using vim-surround. So, I now don't get the horizontal-bar when pressing c or d. Again, I'm ashamed to admit that this little thing bothers me. I peeked around in the plugin, but honestly I understand very little of it. The best solution I came up with was to remap the
ds keymaps to some
Leader mappings, but that defeats the purpose of extending text objects.
So, I want to be able to see horizontal bar while I use default keymappings for vim-surround. How do I do that?