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recently starting trying to use VIM as my full-time text editor since I spent a lot of time SSH'ed anyways. Recently installed NERDTree so I can quickly swap between files in a project.

Easy question that I can't seem to find on Google (perhaps not using the right terminology) - how do I easily switch focus between the two buffers when using NERDTree? Meaning how can I go from browsing the directory on the left to browsing the file on the right easily?

Thanks.

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ctrl+ww - switch between buffers

instead of last w you can use any of .

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Or hjkl instead of arrows :) – Bernhard Aug 21 '12 at 6:25

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