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July 04, 2010, 20:32

Instead of installing repeat.vim I find it simpler to use macros -- record the keystrokes by pressing q, <the letter to store the macro in>, do whatever actions you want, and then q again to stop recording.

Then use @<letter> to run that macro; which can be repeated as required.

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