Hi, For some reason, your issue got deleted/dropped by github.
Have you seen :navigate next? It should help for this particular case. I do think that :repeat-command when called on a hint should try to click the same link (instead of just starting hinting again), but I'm not sure how feasable finding a similar hint would be. Christopher Geiger writes: > It would be nice if certain hint labels were preserved when moving from page > to page. > > For example, if I were navigating Github issues and I fired the hint `gk` for > `next page`, then on the following page, the label for the `next page` hint > should also be `gk`. > > A more involved implementation of this would be to create a priority queue > for frequently followed hints. For example, hints corresponding to text such > as `next page`, `previous page`, `go`, `search`, `run`, etc. should receive > easier to type labels, such as `fff` and `ggg`, as opposed to sequential > label generation (which might lead to frequently typed hints recieving > difficult to type labels).