Navigate by char. The best way to “get” it is to try it.
Any other key stops jump-char and edits as normal.
|<char>||move to the next match in the current direction.|
|;||next match forward (towards end of buffer)|
|,||next match backward (towards beginning of buffer)|
|C-c C-c||invoke `ace-jump-mode’ if available|
C-c C-c switches to ace-jump-mode seemlessly.
The behaviour is strongly modeled after `iy-go-to-char’ with the following differences:
- point always stays before match
- point during search is same as after exiting
- lazy highlighting courtesy of isearch