If I jump to a file e.g. by
gf I know that I can do
ctrl+O to go back.
But how do I go forward? I.e. what is the opposite of
ctrl+O so as to go forward to the file I was earlier to which I jumbed to via
The opposite of
CTRL-O Go to [count] Older cursor position in jump list
CTRL-I Go to [count] newer cursor position in jump list
:jumps will print the jump list, which is nice for orientation.
Learn how to look up commands and navigate the built-in
:help; it is comprehensive and offers many tips. You won't learn Vim as fast as other editors, but if you commit to continuous learning, it'll prove a very powerful and efficient editor.