@Arun, thanks a million for this script. ]x and [x work exactly what I want.

I also tested the ]c and it behaves the sames as ]x and [c behaves the same as 
[x on my previous post samples. I actually only need ]x and [x behavior, but 
just out of curiosity what suppose to be the difference between "x" and "c" 
commands?

P.S. Just two small typos in your script. Comments in lines 47 and 49 are the 
same as lines 52 and 54. Probably copy/paste problem.

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