Only cmd+r in MacVim, not gvim.
Thanks to @aripollak.
|@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ and back again.|
|This is handy with Ruby on Rails .yml translation files.|
|Convert them to flat format to search and edit more easily, then back to nested format for compatibility with Rails i18n and other tools.|
|-Just open a YAML file and hit `⌘r` or `<leader>r`. Again to go back.|
|+Just open a YAML file and hit `<leader>r` (MacVim also supports `⌘r`). Again to go back.|
|Based on my [YAMLator lib](https://gist.github.com/293581).|