directionalWindowResizer : Adjust window size with Ctrl +jklh
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|The idea behind this plugin is to allow users to resize windows by using the Ctrl key (or something else the user may choose) + whatever they have assigned to <down> <up> <left> & <right> which by default is obviously jkhl.
Therefore, by default, the windows adjustment functions in directionalWindowResizer.vim are set to <Ctrl+j> for down, <Ctrl+k> for up, <Ctrl+l> for right & <Ctrl +h> for left
These mappings are at the very top of the file, adjust them to whatever suits your needs
The behaviour of it is as follows:
Whatever window is currently selected is the window that is going to be resized.
Ctrl j - if bottom most window selected, window size is reduced by 1
- for all other windows the bottom border is pushed downwards by 1
Ctrl k - if top most window selected, window size is reduced by 1
- for all other windows the top border is pushed upwards by 1
Ctrl l - if right most window selected, window size is reduced by 1
- for all other windows the right border is pushed to the right by 1
Ctrl h - if left most window selected, window size is reduced by 1
- for all other windows the left border is pushed to the left by 1
If you only have 1 window or if you only have vertically split windows Ctrl j &
Ctrl k will not work – ie if you only have vertical splits why would you want to reduce all their sizes? Similarily if you only have 1 window or you only have horizontally split windows Ctrl l & Ctrl h won't work either.
|Just put the script in your vimfiles/plugin folder|
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