Seek is a Vim plugin with the simpleminded goal of making long-line navigation effortless, mostly acting like Vim’s f but taking two characters instead. This plugin introduces the seek motion, summoned with s by default. Instead of one character like f, it expects two characters to be typed. This greatly reduces the possible matches within the line and mostly allows you to get anywhere in a line with just three keystrokes. Limiting movement to the current line, much like f does, is a usability consideration, making seek predictable, precise and solving a defined problem: it’s a motion for within the line, not cross-line. If there’s no match, your cursor doesn’t go anywhere. Otherwise, the cursor is left off at the first character typed, so if you seek to “th” your cursor will now be at “t”. The forward seek motion is complemented by S, which seeks backwards.