It's possible to map `w` without break it as text object? #61

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tssm opened this Issue Mar 27, 2013 · 1 comment

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tssm commented Mar 27, 2013

(Please, excuse my English :S)

Hi,

As I commented, I replaced the default f behaviour, and all posible motions with EasyMotion, but w gave me problems with things like cw which doesn't works anymore. It's an EasyMotion bug? Or when I map a key it works that way independently if it's a motion or an object?

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haya14busa Feb 1, 2014

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I pushed updates on main repo and it works well in operator pending mode(like cw). I even support . repeat(require tpope/vim-repeat)

In addition, use <Plug> mapping like this

map <Plug>(easymotion-w)
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haya14busa commented Feb 1, 2014

I pushed updates on main repo and it works well in operator pending mode(like cw). I even support . repeat(require tpope/vim-repeat)

In addition, use <Plug> mapping like this

map <Plug>(easymotion-w)

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