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cjsmall

When I use the  :wn"  command,  before moving to the next file I see a notification like:

"file1" 137L, 5359C [w]
"file2" 137L, 5359C
Press ENTER or type command to continue

Obviously this requires a <CR> to advance to the next file.  Is there a way to suppress this notice and simply move to the next file?  I can write a little macro:

:w^V^M:n^V^M

that does the trick, but this is a pain given that ":wn" already exists.  Suggestions?

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Re: Stop notification from :wn

Kwezilomso Mhaga

I'm not sure, but I think you could prefix the command with :silent. Have you tried that?

On 2021/02/12 20:40, cjsmall wrote:

When I use the  :wn"  command,  before moving to the next file I see a notification like:

"file1" 137L, 5359C [w]
"file2" 137L, 5359C
Press ENTER or type command to continue

Obviously this requires a <CR> to advance to the next file.  Is there a way to suppress this notice and simply move to the next file?  I can write a little macro:

:w^V^M:n^V^M

that does the trick, but this is a pain given that ":wn" already exists.  Suggestions?
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Re: Stop notification from :wn

Stan Brown
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On 2021-02-12 10:40, cjsmall wrote:
>
> When I use the  :wn"  command,  before moving to the next file I see a
> notification like:
>
> "file1" 137L, 5359C [w]
> "file2" 137L, 5359C
> Press ENTER or type command to continue

Set cmdheight to something larger than 2.

I found this at
     :h press-enter

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Re: Stop notification from :wn

cjsmall
Thanks to kwezi... who suggested prefixing
"silent" to the command.

:silent wn

does indeed work, but I don't want to have to type
that every time.  Stan Brown's comment to set
cmdheight to two or more also works, but it comes at
the price of permanently losing a full line of editor space.
This is not worth it for the benefit received.  So I guess
I'll just stick with a macro that issues either the
":w^V^M:n^V^M" or ":silent wn" sequence.

Thanks for the replies!

On Friday, February 12, 2021 at 10:58:29 AM UTC-8 Stan Brown wrote:

On 2021-02-12 10:40, cjsmall wrote:
>
> When I use the  :wn"  command,  before moving to the next file I see a
> notification like:
>
> "file1" 137L, 5359C [w]
> "file2" 137L, 5359C
> Press ENTER or type command to continue

Set cmdheight to something larger than 2.

I found this at
:h press-enter

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Re: Stop notification from :wn

JohannS-2
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On Fri, Feb 12, 2021 at 10:40:15AM -0800, cjsmall wrote:

>
>When I use the  :wn"  command,  before moving to the next file I see a
>notification like:
>
>"file1" 137L, 5359C [w]
>"file2" 137L, 5359C
>Press ENTER or type command to continue
>
>Obviously this requires a <CR> to advance to the next file.  Is there a way
>to suppress this notice and simply move to the next file?  I can write a
>little macro:
>
>:w^V^M:n^V^M
>
>that does the trick, but this is a pain given that ":wn" already exists.
>Suggestions?

Another option setting to consider is 'shortmess' which
can shorten message text and affect how messages are
displayed.

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