when deleting 9 lines below with d9j, vim works in terms of visual lines.
so if you have, between those visual lines, a line that represents a collapsed org-mode buffer that has a thousand lines beneath it, it would kill those lines in the process.
That's what I'd expect. I'm killing what I'm seeing. I know that it is a collapsed org-mode buffer bullet. I'm deleting 9 lines below of the current line. I want that org-mode buffer collapsed buffer to be killed to.
If you want to delete the real lines, just expand the bullet.
as I said, you can see that this is hugely powerful.