I’ve searched and can’t find a definitive answer.
I often leave off editing a file and wander around in the same file looking for information and then want to jump back to where I was last editing (i.e. specifically ‘changing’) the file. What I’d like is a nice keyboard shortcut to do this. I know ALT± (or CTRL±) to step back through visited locations but that really seems to be too fine in what it calls visited and I find myself pressing it a couple dozen times before I find the location I was last editing. There is a cheat of (undo/redo) that’ll do it, but that seems a bit contrived.
Is there an existing function? Should there be?