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Rather than using a global mapping and checking for the filetype in an expression, just set this mapping in a ftplugin for netrw and set it as a buffer-local mapping. Create file ~/.vim/after/ftplugin/netrw.vim with the following line: nmap <buffer> ^ <Plug>NetrwBrowseUpDir NOTE 1: The original mapping also uses <silent> and <nowait&...


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There is a hacky way to get a scripts <SID> and use it in mappings, but I always forget it. One way to do it would be with:nmap, but this probably only works if you don’t already have a mapping for -: nmap <expr> ^ &ft ==# 'netrw' ? '-' : '^' I’ve looked at the docs and do not see a configuration variable for netrw’s mappings. However, ...


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