||move as expected|
||move cursor one cell left/down/up/right (like in vim)|
||move all the way to the left/bottom/top/right of sheet|
||move up/down the current column to the next value which differs from current cell|
||move up/down the current column to the next selected row|
||search for regex matches up/down the current column|
||search for regex matches up/down over all visible columns|
||move to next/previous regex match from last search|
||search by Python expr up/down (with column names as variables)|
The following example uses sample.tsv.
Question Has there been a day where we sold more than 95 Items?
Units > 95.
Question What is the longname for
z^Hto open the Commands sheet.
'gk' in keystrokes.
longnameto move the cursor to the longname column.
Sto open the Sheets sheet.
Enterto jump to the sheet referenced in that current cursor row.
||jump to the previous sheet, without closing the current one|
||quit the current sheet (closes it)|
Note: When sheets are 'closed', they are no longer referenced by the Sheets sheet. Press
gS to find them again through the Sheets graveyard.