This might seem a little too overboard, but I switched to vim and I so happy about the workflow now. I try to discipline myself not to use the arrow keys, as keeping the hands on the alfa-keys all the time is such a big thing when writing. So when I need to navigate I get out of insert mode, move in normal mode and get back in insert mode.
There is an exception where this is actually more disrupting: I use
clang complete with snippets and
super tab which is great. Except every time I get a function auto completed after I fill in the parameters I am left with the cursor before
) so to continue I have to move the cursor one character to the right. As you can imagine this happens very often.
The only options I have (as far as I know) are : Escla or →, and I am not happy about neither of them. The first one makes me hit 3 keys for just a simple 1 character cursor move, the second one makes me move my hand to the arrow keys. A third option would be to map CTRL-L or smth to →.
So what is the best way of doing this?
//snippets (clang complete + supertab): foo($`param1`, $`param2`) //after completion: foo(var1, var2|) ^ ^ | | I am here | Need to be here
| denotes cursor position