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redo-movements

Return to the site of previous edits.  Ctrl-F12

After making changes at various spots in a buffer, use the undo-movements command and this command to move to the location of previous edits. Epsilon uses undo information to record where in a buffer editing has occurred. This command moves forward through the list of locations, toward more recent locations.

More info:

Undoing



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