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re: If I may make a suggestion, onivim has a great tutorial (inside the editor like a game) that can boost the step learning curve before entering into...
 

Oh! Onivim looks awesome!
It looks like it could address some of my concerns about losing modern editor functionality while still having VIM concepts and speed-gains. I'm going to check it out when I get home! thanks for the recommendation!

I've been using VIM & TMux at work to take notes the last few days and I've been surprised at how quickly things are becoming muscle memory. I found myself trying to use shift + v and d to cut a line in VScode the other day which really surprised me when I realized why it wasnt working 😂

 

I found myself trying to use shift + v and d to cut a line in VScode the other day which really surprised me when I realized why it wasnt working 😂

There you go!

Yes, I find tmux mandatory to properly work with vim. I have this silly function in fish shell for a basic tmux setup:

function dev-tmux
  tmux new-session -d
  tmux split-window -h -p 40
  tmux select-pane -t 1
  tmux split-window -v -p 50
  tmux -2 attach-session -d
end

I think that can be configured in a file, but was too lazy back in the day to do a proper config and went with this workaround 🤣

I forgot to mention, vscode has github.com/VSCodeVim/Vim, so you can still keep practicing ;)

Ah! Thanks for the Tmux script!
I've been thinking of writing something like this because I always have the exact same setup! I'll probably tweak this a little and use it myself!

Also, I'm checking out the VIM extension now! Had no idea this existed either ha!

Thanks for all the tools & help! really appreciate it!

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