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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.
Press Control-F7 (you may need to press Fn too). Or go to System Preferences » Keyboard » Shortcuts and tick All Controls at the bottom.
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 /.
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 ...
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 ...
Try F10. This shortcut is actual for Dolphin file manager and should work in Save As dialogue.
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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