I'm getting started with vim for markdown.
* Level 1 text * On pressing enter it comes here * On pressing tab it comes here
What I want is, I want to modify (increase or decrease) the level of bullet point using keys. (In other text editors,
Tab increases the intent level and
Shift+Tab decreases it)
* Level 1 bullet. On pressing Enter, * It comes here. On pressing Enter and then Tab, * I want it to come here. To go to the previous level, on pressing Enter and then Enter/Shift+Tab, * I want it to come here.
This was the behaviour in VS Code.
Upon searching I added
set ai and
filetype indent on to my empty
.vimrc (Just installed Vundle as in the instructions) but I was not successful.
How can I get this work done?
Possible duplicate: How can I indent multiple lines, and indent "backwards", in gvim?