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Here is a situation. I use deoplete but since the pop-up menu when I type in something already puts the cursor at the first item on the list, when I type in return, it inserts a new line.

So I want to type in return + shift to insert a new line (move the cursor to the next line on insert mode) and typing in just return key adds the completion target.

Is this possible? I use neovim 0.3.1.

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"return + shift" (AKA <S-Enter>) cannot be mapped in Nvim, unless you're using a GUI that captures "shift" and separately. But "alt + return" (<A-Enter>) can be mapped.

:inoremap <A-Enter> <C-e><Enter>
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    in Konsole and vim, shift-enter produces ^[OM, so it's perfectly mappable using say set <f26>=^[OM. set <s-enter> is not recognized, however. – Mass Aug 20 '18 at 18:42
  • On Ubuntu 19.10 using Alacritty as a terminal I was able to map to <S-Cr> in nvim without problem using (stackoverflow.com/questions/16359878/vim-how-to-map-shift-enter/…). For regular Vim however I think @Mass' comment still applies. – SidOfc Apr 9 at 20:48

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