@julian said in Quick navigation within topics:
.... power users to take advantage of....
Uhhmmmmm..... Real power users use Emacs.
Seriously. Ever watch a cli commando using vi to navigate, edit, and reuse history? It is just bloody painful. I know because I USED to be one (corp gig, KSH days). Moreover, "p" (previous) and "n" (next) are also much more mnemonic.
And yes, before anyone starts in fanning the flames... I am competent in Vi and will wager I was using Vi long before many here were yet born. Still do, for quick, one off edits server side. It is great that vi/m is pretty much "everywhere" in default *nix installs. Fortunately, more modern "configuration as code" management practices have pretty much obviated the need for such. In any case, the point being, I feel I am qualified to render such perspective. Take it or leave it for whatever that may be worth. But I digress...
I get where you are going with this and I applaud it. Good on ya'!!
Many apps, and pretty much ever shell I can think of off the top of my head, recognize the "editor religious war" and make efforts to accommodate selection of either set of keybindings per individual preference. Any chance of any such luck here?