2017-08-06 0:17 GMT+03:00 Christian J. Robinson <hept...@gmail.com>:
> On Sat, 5 Aug 2017, Christian Brabandt wrote:
>
>> What I mean is when in Insert Mode and pressing CTRL-\ CTRL-N we can enter
>> a normal mode command. In what mode is Vim afterwards? It is back in insert
>> mode, isn't it? And that's why I think it should behave the same for the
>> terminal.
>
>
> No, CTRL-\ CTRL-N is not temporary. Once it causes Vim to leave a mode you
> have to enter the mode again manually.

What you are replying to looks like a sarcasm. And I also think that
<C-\><C-n> must not be temporary for terminal mode as well.

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