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My FZF preview window works fine as long as I'm in some small project, with fewer files. But when I'm in some node project with node_modules and a ton of files, after selecting the file I want to jump to my vim is getting stuck. Here is a link to my vimrc

How can I debug the problem with my vim?

Please see the attached video to understand better "It is getting stuck". enter image description here

After this, I have to close the terminal and open up a new one, which is not very productive.

Adding plugin-coc tag as I think coc.nvim is also contributing to this issue.

UPDATE

I started using nvim 🤣

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Thanks to @d-ben-knoble, in my case I had vim-surround in my vimrc which was causing this behaviour I removed that and now is fixed.

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    Odd that surround broke things… if it was me at that point i would ditch fzf; surround is awesome. Your vim, obviously… just surprised – D. Ben Knoble Dec 20 '20 at 14:20
  • Yeah, surround is awesome. I'll have to debug further to check what exactly in surround is breaking it. – Nikhil Wagh Dec 20 '20 at 15:21
  • This looks really wrong: plug#begin('/Users/xenocide/.vim/autoload'), you shouldn't use directory autoload to store your plug-ins, since autoload is used by Vim to implement function namespaces. Just use the default (pass no arguments to plug#begin(), which will store them in ~/.vim/plugged) to make sure you don't create other interference. (Not sure if this was causing that problem, but it's possible it was.) – filbranden Dec 20 '20 at 15:41
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    (Also make sure you clean the old plug-in directories from ~/.vim/autoload.) – filbranden Dec 20 '20 at 15:43
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    Why are you adding rtp+=/usr/local/opt/fzf ? You seem to be fully installing it with vim-plug, so why do you have a system directory in your path too? I could see that breaking things if the two versions don't agree with each other... – filbranden Dec 20 '20 at 15:45

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