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What you want is to use is the a command instead of the i command to enter insert mode. Or if you want to jump to the end of the line and start insert mode, use A. Note that I will jump to the beginning of the line and enter insert mode.


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Press Control-F7 (you may need to press Fn too). Or go to System Preferences » Keyboard » Shortcuts and tick All Controls at the bottom.


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You just need to escape the backslash. nmap \\f / Mind you, it's generally better to use nnoremap: nnoremap \\f / This ensures the binding won't be broken if you ever redefine /.


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Here's the answer if anyone is interested. It turns out that Sublime Text 2 has a built-in functionality for switching file types in the Command Palette. So to switch from plain text file type to xml: 1) Ctrl+Shift+P 2) type "xml" 3) select "set syntax:XML" note: for SQL file type, type in "ssql" It's not a single key binding answer but it ...


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Alt-Space. Then, C. Yeah, it's a bit slower than Ctrl-D. But this the the answer to exactly what you're asking for: the built-in equivalent key-stroke sequence that lets you exit the prompt without needing to type the exit command. No third party software needed. This may not work absolutely identical to bash: bash will only logout on an empty command ...


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Try F10. This shortcut is actual for Dolphin file manager and should work in Save As dialogue.


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Check for any third party apps, for example Veodin's Key Rocket. Their paid version uses Ctrl+Shift+F to increase font size. Out of the box, Excel will open the Format Cell dialog to the font tab with that shortcut.



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