Sometimes I want to create several multiple selections on the same column, in theory a perfect application for the
C command. However, I often press
C one more time than I wanted and then have to start again. : (
Is there a way to “undo” the C and remove the last selection from the set of selections? Or, alternatively, is there another way to create multiple selections on the same column that doesn’t have this shortcoming?
:doc keys multiple-selections, the section that describes the
<C> command, it also mentions
<,> (comma), the key to drop all selections except the main selection, and
<a-,>, the key to drop the main selection and leave the others.
When you press
C, the newly created selection becomes the main selection, so you can use
<a-,> to drop it and go back to the way things were before.
Hi, maybe you’d find this plugin of mine useful, GitHub - eko234/kakoune-rectangles, you can make the shape you want with shift and then create the “rectangle”, hope it helps.
There is a
undo selection feature in kakoune master since this commit
You should be able to use ctrl-h (
<c-h>) to undo the last
The undo selection mapping has been changed to
<a-u> in this commit.