Move the input focus to the next region. This is done in a cyclic way so that the top left region is selected after the bottom right one. If no option is given it defaults to
next. The next
region to be selected is determined by how the regions are layered.
Normally, the next region in the same layer would be selected.
However, if that next region contains one or more layers, the first
region in the highest layer is selected first. If you are at the
last region of the current layer,
next will move the focus
to the next region in the lower layer (if there is a lower layer).
Prev cycles in the opposite order. See Split for more
information about layers.
The rest of the options (
bottom) are more indifferent
to layers. The option
up will move the focus upward to the
region that is touching the upper left corner of the current region.
Down will move downward to the region that is touching the
lower left corner of the current region. The option
will move the focus leftward to the region that is touching the
upper left corner of the current region, while
move rightward to the region that is touching the upper right corner
of the current region. Moving left from a left most region or moving
right from a right most region will result in no action.
top will move the focus to the very first region
in the upper list corner of the screen, and
bottom will move
to the region in the bottom right corner of the screen. Moving up from
a top most region or moving down from a bottom most region will result
in no action.
Useful bindings are (h, j, k, and l as in vi):
bind h focus left bind j focus down bind k focus up bind l focus right bind t focus top bind b focus bottom
Note that ‘k’ is traditionally bound to the