Yup, I'm not really bothered by it because the awesome targets plugin extends that behavior to the rest of the text pairs as well as arbitrary separators: , . ; : + - = ~ _ * # / | \ & $. That's such a sane default, I wish it was in vim to begin with!
, . ; : + - = ~ _ * # / | \ & $
Oooooh that's so gooooood! Indeed that feels like it should be the default behavior. I had started a thread in my brain thinking about how I could implement that behavior for the rest of the operators but it is awesome there's already a plugin that does that! Thank you for sharing!!!! :D
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