,e = open file (like the original :e) but with recursive and fuzzy file name matching. Example: if you type “mopy” it will find a file named “” placed on a subdirectory. And allows you to open the selected file on a new tab with Ctrl-t!
,g = fuzzy symbol finder (classes, methods, variables, functions, …) on the current file. Example: if you type “usr” it will find the User class definition on the current file. ,G does the same but on all opened files.

tn or Ctrl-Shift-Right = next tab.
tp or Ctrl-Shift-Left = previous tab.

Ctrl+w+h/j/k/l ——同上