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*jk-jumps.txt* Handle movements with j/k as if they were real jumps Author: Jeroen Budts <http://budts.be> Repo: https://github.com/teranex/jk-jumps.vim License: Same terms as Vim itself (see |license|) SUMMARY *jk-jumps* You can easily use the |j| and |k| commands together with a count to jump up and down your file. Setting the |'relativenumber'| option makes this even easier. The only problem with this, is that Vim doesn't think of this kind of movement as 'jumps'. (see |jump-motions| for the list). This can make using the |jumplist| rather confusing. This plugin tries to fix that by changing the j and k commands to act as jumps, letting you use the jumplist to jump back and forward. OPTIONS *jk-jumps-options* For the moment there is only one option: *'g:jk_jumps_minimum_lines'* This options determines what the minimum amount of lines is before a movement is considered a jump and added to the |jumplist|: > let g:jk_jumps_minimum_lines = 7 < vim:tw=78:et:ft=help: