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I have a problem since the last Vim update that is driving me crazy. I don't know if it's actually related to the update, but since I didn't change anything in my config that's my best guess.

I've mapped leader to - and :q to <leader>q. It always worked without any problem and it's one of those combinations that I perform without thinking.

The problem is, I've found out today, that - is mapped in netrw to go up one level in the directory tree. Since a couple of days, when I load netrw, Vim started to perform the default action instead of considering - as my leader, so every time I try to close a window with netrw in it, Vim goes up one level and starts recording a macro instead of doing :q.

My question is this: how can I unmap the default - behavior in netrw and restore my leader mapping?

And if anyone happens to know why this started happening in the last couple of days, I'd be very happy to know.

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    What is the exact command you use? – romainl Nov 4 '15 at 12:27
  • I have nnoremap <Leader>q :q<CR> in my vimrc, and I usually typed -q to close the window. It still works when netrw is not loaded. – zool Nov 4 '15 at 15:11
  • With the cursor in a netrw window, do :verbose map -. – romainl Nov 4 '15 at 15:27
  • It gets set by netrw: @:call <SNR>66_NetrwBrowseUpDir(1)<CR> Last set from /usr/local/Cellar/vim/7.4.903/share/vim/vim74/autoload/netrw.vim – zool Nov 4 '15 at 16:20
  • The issue disappeared yesterday, again without changing anything in the configuration or plugin. A hell of a mistery. – zool Nov 6 '15 at 10:40

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