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Shortcut - Navigate to last edit/view point (between tabs)

This feature would add two new keyboard shortcuts:
(1) alt+left : navigate to the previous edit cursor position within the same document and between documents
(2) alt+right: navigate in opposite direction

--This aligns well with your search across all opened documents feature, as it allows the user to quickly jump between documents. ---As a point of reference for your developers, the notepad++ plugin "location navigate" implements this feature very well, and the source code is public: https://sourceforge.net/projects/locationnav/files/
--Implementing this with a long memory like "Location Navigate" plugin would be a solid way to offer something Word doesn't offer! MS Word implements this behavior very poorly because it cycles between the last 3 edit points max and only within a single document. The feature can be found in Word commands list under "GoBack" and "NextInsert".

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