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    Re: Non-Vi(m) Users Club




    No, NEdit can't do that. Of course, in NEdit you can start typing text anytime you want without having to remember what mode you are in or pressing "i".

    No need to 'remember' it's displayed across the bottom of the screen.

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    Re: Non-Vi(m) Users Club

    ctrl j - Fill Paragraph

    8) NEdit *8)

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    Re: Non-Vi(m) Users Club

    "You can't spell evil without Vi"

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    ctrl j - Fill Paragraph

    8) NEdit *8)

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    You can set an arbitrary text width with :set tw=n where n is the width you want. Then, you can use the gq command in combination with a movement command to format your text.

    I.E:
    :set tw=72
    gqq -> formats the current line
    gq} -> formats till the end of the current paragraph
    gqG -> formats till the end of the document

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    Re: Non-Vi(m) Users Club



    You can set an arbitrary text width with :set tw=n where n is the width you want. *Then, you can use the gq command in combination with a movement command to format your text.

    I.E:
    :set tw=72
    gqq -> formats the current line
    gq} -> formats till the end of the current paragraph
    gqG -> formats till the end of the document
    Yes, that's much easier than highlighting the text and pressing cntl j... :

    :P

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    Re: Non-Vi(m) Users Club




    Yes, that's much easier than highlighting the text and pressing cntl j... :

    :P
    Or you could select the text and press gq

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    Re: Non-Vi(m) Users Club

    With vim:

    :r! command will put the output of command in your file.

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    With vim:

    :r! command will put the output of command in your file.
    or :!command will put the output of your command into your window for you to view, until you hit enter and it goes away. Handy when writing scripts when you need to find the location to something.

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    Re: Non-Vi(m) Users Club

    alt + x open a command dialog. Type the command and hit enter.

    Or select it from the menu.

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    Re: Non-Vi(m) Users Club

    g? plus a movement command encodes in rot13 the text. You can also select it. Useful when posting messages on Usenet that should be censored or when decoding a censored message.

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