Every Vimmer, advanced or nodb, cannot live without Vim help mechanism and help-files, we all know that. But there is a useful functionality that vim does not offer to us while reading its documentation: Jump between tags!
Vim files are full of Tags that act as hyperlinks between different parts in one or multiple help-files, but moving trough tags/links should be faster and here is how:
When the cursor is on a tag one can follow it with
ctrl-] but we need the cursor there in the first place. So lets use
[g for jumping to next and previous tag respectively adding this to your
nmap [g <Plug>HelpTagPrevious nmap ]g <Plug>HelpTagNext nnoremap <silent> <Plug>HelpTagPrevious :call <SID>HelpTag(1)<CR> nnoremap <silent> <Plug>HelpTagNext :call <SID>HelpTag(0)<CR> function! s:HelpTag(reverse) call search('|\S\+|', a:reverse ? 'bW' : 'W') endfunction
[g ? - So we avoid conflict with other mappings (like unimpaired plugin) - Keeps relation with tags as
g] is a built-in Vim command