I was just exploring the control key in vim (to make myself more familiar with vim overall) and I don't quite get what exactly happens when I press <ctrl-h>.
So when I used <ctrl-h> in my (modded) vim, it just goes one to the left, but, when I'm at the first column of a line, it will go to the previous line instead. Now this functionality would be immensely useful in scripting.
However when I use an unmodded vim (with
vim -u NONE), it basically is , i.e. it doesn't do the line changing thing.
:help ctrl-h doesn't help me at all, as it talks about netrw, which is nice to know, but I'm interested in the normal mode shortcut.
So my questions are:
- What settings changed the <ctrl-h> key in my modded vim?
- Is there something that does the opposite of <ctrl-h>, i.e. it goes to the right and if it's in the last column, it skips to the next line (if there is one)