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Another useful tips – especially when you like to use your Vim in command line to…nearly everything – like f.i. creating/editing text.

So here it goes:

vim-tip-window.png

Enjoy – and have a nice week,

tami 🙂

Hm – with screen shot of my .vimrc fragment:

vim-tip-2-window.png

I hope it’s readable now 😉

Shortcuts of: set paste, set number, set hlsearch, set list.

Enjoy,

tami

…he he – vimblog.vim is really nice tool – especially for persons who prefer CLI to GUI….

I can really recommend it…Once again kudos for Pedro! 🙂

I could fi. post my recent findings instantly from Vim now… Making and editing notes and thoughts here anyway – so, it’s easy to just post them – perhaps somebody could make use of my modest findings, too?

Hoping to be of a help to new Linux users,
tami 😉

…and obligatory screenshot of working vimblog.vim:

sidux, dwm, vimblog.vim, urxvt with import ;)

Just found a new – very interesting tool! – to proceed with using mostly CLI tools on my comp.

This post is written in Vim! using tool found here:

vimblog.vim

Script is written in ruby by Pedro.

Big thank you!

It seems it works… :o)

…so – I can actually nearly give up GUI – enjoying dwm, vim, elinks, mutt, mpc, newsbeuter, centericq – not mentioning bash and urxvt!…and many others command line tools. Relief, simplicity, Zen…

Big thanks to vimblog maintainer from grateful

tami 🙂

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