I've got Syntastic installed in Vim and it is finding errors perfectly (mostly in Python code I'm working on). If I jump around normally in the file I see the errors in the status bar when the cursor is over a relevant line.
What I can't figure out is how to navigate directly between the errors.
I understand that syntastic is loading the errors into a Vim location list and I can make that appear with
:lopen, switch to that window, choose a line and hit Enter and be taken to the main window on the right line.
What I would like to do though, is not have the list open, simply be editing away in the file with errors and hit a keyboard shortcut to skip to wherever the next warning/error is.
Is that possible? The docs suggest that
:lprevious are relevant, but they get me
E553: No more items.