Bash offers the functionality to reverse search via Ctrl + R. Then one can type in a part of a command it will show a fitting entry from the history.
Assume this is my history:
vim foo1 vim foo2 # I want to go here vim foo3 # this is where I land, how to go back?
I search for
foo. Hitting Ctrl + R again shows the next fitting search entry. Often it happens to me, that I am too fast and navigate past my intended result and
vim foo3 is shown and now I want to go back to
Hence my question is: How do I navigate within the reverse search?