Vim motions on speed!
easymotion is used for navigating the buffer by pressing a keystroke and marking the text you can jump to. This is demonstrated below. Github
The missing motion for Vim :athletic_shoe:
vim-sneak, on the other hand, is also used for navigating your buffer. But instead of relying on marking texts with a keystroke like easymotion, it takes 1-2 characters as an input and marks the text that contains those input characters. As seen below. Github
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Neovim motions on speed!
hop.nvim is a navigation plugin that was created in order to solve easymotion's tendency to temporarily manipulate the buffer in order to mark texts and combines vim-sneak motion as a bonus. Github
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