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This is a general way to scroll popup window above or under around cursor, it first get winid by test :h popup_locate() with screen cursor position, then update firstline of the found window. I didn't add the close map, AFAIK, it's closed automatically when you move your cursor. Note that the beginning and ending of scroll is affected by :h 'scrolloff' ...


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Plug-in managers are largely interoperable in Vim, all modern plug-in managers work by updating 'runtimepath' to include the root of the plug-in in the list of paths, which is how Pathogen works (you could call Pathogen the "grandfather" of plug-in managers.) In your specific case, you are trying to install coc.nvim using Vundle. As you reported in issue #...


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I inject my own way of opening files in COC with let g:coc_user_config = {} let g:coc_user_config['coc.preferences.jumpCommand'] = ':SplitIfNotOpen4COC' Then the command is defined in my lh-vim-lib plugin to search if the buffer is already opened or not. Having more control is possible. To use the prompt already provided by COC, you may have to search ...


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