I can't tell if I've found a bug or if I just don't understand this feature correctly. When I click around in a text file (move the cursor) and then hit alt+minus, the cursor goes back as expected, but then when I hit alt+shift+minus, nothing happens and "Already at the newest position" appears in the status bar below.
Steps to Reproduce:
- Open a text file.
- Left click to different positions in the file.
- Note where the cursor is.
- Press "Jump Back" once.
- Press "Jump Forward" once.
- Cursor does not move. "Already at the newest position" displays in status bar.
What is expected:
- Cursor will move to position it was at previous to pressing "Jump Back".
Sublime Text build 3062. I've found this while editing a .js file on Ubuntu 14.
Perhaps I'm misunderstanding this feature, so I've tried to get "Jump Forward" to work in any scenario, but everyone I've tried the cursor just stays put and "Already at newest position" displays in the status bar.
Is this a bug or am I misunderstanding how to use this? My expectation is that when you Jump Forward, the cursor will do the opposite of what a Jump Back keypress would do, as long as there hasn't been any user initiated cursor moves in between.