I would like to go to the file I just edited last and next kind of like MRU plugins do.
:bprev works sometimes, but most often than not I just end up in some obscure file I don't remember editing and forced to fall back to MRU plugin.
Is there a way to fix it?
Ctrl-^ swaps between two last files. What is the best way to navigate between more?
I understand it might be tricky but I agree to anything that can improve current
:bp behavior. The buffers I often see are totally out of place. Maybe there is a plugin that can keep track of the recent files and provide hooks so I can create mappings?
Replying to comments cleared up my thoughts a bit. I believe what I want is to be able to move through files in order of latest saves. That way if I go back in history the order won't change until I save the file which then becomes last and make one step "back" to the file saved right before that, i.e. the one I've started from.
Ctrl-I pair that switches files immediately without jumping around the current buffer. Sort of like
U in netrw:
u Change to recently-visited directory |netrw-u| U Change to subsequently-visited directory |netrw-U|