In Vim, oftens I happen to be using some completion that vim provides for me in the Ctrl n/Ctrl p menu. If the completion happens to be from some other file, I know that Vim knows where it comes from ...
Sometimes `] works, but not after inserting some new text somewhere.
How can I jump to the end (and/or start) of the last region of text I pasted with some variant of p?
`] does not work here:
If I am searching for a word inside a file,
if I do not hit ENTER after the search pattern,
my vi loses the current match and jumps back to where it was.
I am within a vimscript, and I want jump (or get the position of) the beginning of the current parent brace, how can I make this happen?
Imagine the following example (the cursor is represented by |):
Does Vim have functionality similar to tmux's display-panes command
for selecting (goto) a specific window by number?
Sometimes when I've many windows open, it can be a pain to navigate them by C-w ...
My problem is rather simple : I use a macro to wrap my current visual selection with some text (\verb; and ;, in fact).
The current macro I use is :s#\%V.*\%V#\\verb;\0;. It works, but suffers from ...