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I have a filename and its line provided in this format, e.g.:

./my_dir/my_filename.py:20:

When I move on the filename and press gf I jump to that file, however the cursor stands on line number 1, instead of 20. How could i make gf respect the line number? I am using lervag/file-line plugin, which usually handles similar cases, e.g. when ./my_dir/my_filename.py:20: is provided as a command-line argument for Vim.

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See :h gF:

                            *gF*
[count]gF       Same as "gf", except if a number follows the file
            name, then the cursor is positioned on that line in
            the file. The file name and the number must be
            separated by a non-filename (see 'isfname') and
            non-numeric character.

So using gShift-f should do the trick.

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