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I like to know how I can connect/map a specific string to a desired buffer.

Let's say I have the following text files:

  • file1: Dog Cat
  • file2: Milk

Now, the 2 files are located at different dirs, and my goal is as follows:

  1. Mouse left click while cursor on "Cat" pops up file2 content.
  2. Mouse right click will bring the user back to file1 content.

Thanks!

Edit:

Let me introduce a more detailed view containing the association process:

  1. Each user has 2 files in his directory. These files are actually reports that created throughout some user analysis.
  2. The files look as follows:
  • Section 1:
    • <group_name1>
    • group_name1 additional details (some detail about this specific group)
  • Section 2:
    • <group_name2>
    • group_name2 additional details . . Now, pre-proccesing (via TCL/Python/awk) over these files I've:
  • <group_name1>
  • <group_name2> . .

Once user click on <group_name1> - a new window will popup with the additional info of <group_name1>. Once he uses the mouse right-click, he goes back to the main window.

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    Please clarify your specific problem or provide additional details to highlight exactly what you need. As it's currently written, it's hard to tell exactly what you're asking.
    – Community Bot
    Sep 7 at 8:36
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    How is the association determined? Can it be done programmatically or must it be specified manually?
    – D. Ben Knoble
    Sep 7 at 12:48
  • The association is determined dynamically - it depends on pre-proccessing bunch of text files. Different users will experiene different associations..
    – user37804
    Sep 8 at 9:19
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    Without more detail about the association, it will be hard to provide anything beyond a high-level sketch. If it must be mouse-behavior, you would want to look in to (conditionally? <expr>?) re-mapping mouse-clicks.
    – D. Ben Knoble
    Sep 8 at 15:01
  • Please see original massage edit. Thx..
    – user37804
    Sep 9 at 16:41
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Something along the lines of

nmap <RightMouse> :new <cWORD><CR> 

Now you might need to process <cWORD> or do something else. Learn about if,expand and maybe you will need to select,copy and paste the content.

I tried in neovim. Not sure if matters.

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