Something I find myself doing a lot is running a find command and then editing all of them in vi, which looks something like this: > find . "*.txt" ./file1.txt ./file2.txt ./path/to/file3.txt >...
Whenever I open a file with vim, the vim session starts with 2c having been automatically/programmatically 'pressed'. This means that if I start off trying to move down the file by pressing j, then ...
I have zsh configured to use vi keybindings. I've noticed some unexpected behavior with "escape". In vim (I haven't tested vanilla vi) if I hit escape twice, I can hit 'i' once to return to insert ...
I work remotely some days and I left vim open with some unsaved changes at the office. Now I'd like to save and close those sessions so I can work on those files at home. I am logged into that machine ...
When I use vi or vim to edit files in putty, it only shows a limited lines and columns. So how to extend the editor to full screen?