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Aug
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awarded  Student
Nov
7
accepted Make vim's {} motions skip over folds
Nov
7
comment Make vim's {} motions skip over folds
Interesting. It wasn't working for my markdown folds, but maybe that was because something in the unofficial markdown folding plugin isn't working right. I can't get it to break on simple examples, so I'll assume your solution works. Thanks for the answer, and sorry for the extra trouble!
Nov
7
comment Make vim's {} motions skip over folds
Thanks for the followup. The nnoremap commands make fewer folded empty lines catch the cursor, but if there are two empty lines in a single fold, the second will still catch the cursor. I want to skip all folded empty lines, not just some. Also, I only ever intended to ask one question. The second question above was intended to clarify the intent of the first question, not pose a new question. Thanks!
Nov
7
comment In vim, don't store {} motions in jumplist
Perfect, thank you!
Nov
7
comment Make vim's {} motions skip over folds
This is much better, thanks! But it's not quite what I asked. I want to skip folds altogether, such that even if there is an empty line, the cursor doesn't stop there upon a { or }.
Nov
7
awarded  Scholar
Nov
7
accepted In vim, don't store {} motions in jumplist
Nov
7
comment In vim, don't store {} motions in jumplist
Thanks—you've solved a longstanding annoyance of mine. One followup, if I may: is there an easy way to silence the message that these mappings produce?
Nov
6
awarded  Teacher
Nov
6
awarded  Supporter
Nov
6
answered preventing vim from destroying screen's scrollback buffer
Nov
6
asked In vim, don't store {} motions in jumplist
Nov
6
asked Make vim's {} motions skip over folds
Dec
18
awarded  Autobiographer