Vi IMproved--Vim and Happy Hacking Keyboard Lite 2

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Our tech editor looks at two products to make your edit sessions happier times.
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Re: Vi IMproved--Vim and Happy Hacking Keyboard Lite 2

Anonymous's picture

What a screamingly useless review. I'd like some info on the pros and cons of the book.

Yes, I do have a first version HHK. Yes, I'm interested in the second version. But I'd like more of the reviewer's opinions on the Vim book please.

Re: Vi IMproved--Vim and Happy Hacking Keyboard Lite 2

Anonymous's picture

That .vimrc command to map F1 to Esc should be:

imap

that is

imap F1 esc

with angle brackets around the F1 and the esc.

"Typing .vimrc commands in HTML is hard!" -- Web Barbie

Re: Vi IMproved--Vim and Happy Hacking Keyboard Lite 2

Anonymous's picture

Ty this:

imap <F1> <esc>

-- Web Ken

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