Consider a directory structure like this:
topdir/ file1 file2 foo/ bar1 bar2
Say I want to open some file in
foo/ in a new tab.
I would first write
:tabe topdir/, and then keep hitting
:tabe topdir/foo/ is displayed.
Then, I want to tab-complete the files in
But if I just hit
<TAB> again, I'll wrap around to
file1 instead of going down into the
I can get around this by typing and deleting a space, but this seems kind of ugly. Is there a way to directly say, "yes, this is the partial completion that I want—now tab-complete again as if I had entered this command manually up to this point"?
(For reference, my