…tiny illustrated mini-howto’es for Linux beginners + some “screenshots”
March 2, 2008 in ArchLinux, conky, Linux, Linux-tips, screenshots, vim | Tags: screenshot, shortcut, vim, vimrc
Hm – with screen shot of my .vimrc fragment:
I hope it’s readable now ;)
Shortcuts of: set paste, set number, set hlsearch, set list.
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March 4, 2008 at 4:32 am
Just what I was looking for. I found that xclip works good too. I’ll try to post but it might not work either:
vmap :!xclip -f -sel clip
map :-1r !xclip -o -sel clip
Very nice, BTW, especially like the desktop.
March 4, 2008 at 1:29 pm
Thank you for another tip :) (I would like to “dig” a bit into xclip one day when I’ve got the time)
Thank you also for a complement addressed to the desktop – I’m glad you like it and I’m glad I could be of a little help.
Your remark gave me a bit more motivation to perhaps write a bit about the desktop configuration, he he…
Have a nice day – I will keep on following your blog which I find interesting!
March 9, 2008 at 10:31 am
I like your paste tip above much better tami. Xclip will only paste to a newline, I was hoping to be able to find a way to have Xservers register and vim’s work together. I did find out that (d)’ing in vim actually pastes to X’s middle click register.
March 9, 2008 at 2:58 pm
I’m glad you found the tip useful :)
I am using it often – while taking notes and copying useful scripts from the net ;) .
Binding Win + v for launching urxvt + vim, then just – F2 –> i and…simple middle click… and its nearly done. It’s enough to save it either to the Note (directory or file) where it’s easily search-able (find or grep) from the CLI or to your path (~/bin in my case).
If you combine vim with addexecmod.vim plugin – you end up with ready to use/check script very quickly.
Thank you for the visit and – have a wonderful week,
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