<leader> key is
, and for convenience I'm using for a few years now the
; normal-mapped as a
:, to save me a key stroke to type
Now, I know that
; are shortcuts themselves, to repeat last
F commands and the inverse.
; and , Repeat latest f, t, F or T [count] times. See :help cpo-;
I want to map them to be
<leader> ; and
<leader> ,, so I don't lose this functionality. So, if I type
,; it will act as
,, will do as a single
,. I can't wrap my head around this mapping.
Any suggestions? Thanks.
I have the following configurations/maps:
let mapleader=',' nnoremap ; :