I am trying to map <C-N> and <C-P> to behave differently when
pumvisible() returns true, but Vim seems to completely ignore this.
E.g., if I create this unconditional map (a much simpler one than what I
inoremap <C-N> <C-C>
pressing ^N normally stops insertmode, but when popup is visible, Vim
never executes the map. This may be true for <C-P> also, but the same is
not true for, say <Up>.
inoremap <Up> <C-C>
Using the above map, pressing <Up> arrow always stops insert mode,
whether popup is visible or not. Is this a bug? I tested by starting
with -u NONE option to avoid any other interferences.
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