In Vim, when I'm in
Insert mode and hit
d, the cursor moves back one spot for a second, then jumps back to behind the letter just typed. This is quite distracting when typing texts.
It looks like Vim is expecting a command because unlike other keystrokes, the
d appears in the bottom right corner of the screen for a second.
However, according to
d only triggers an action in
Normal mode, where it means delete. Would anyone know what
d does in
Insert mode and whether it's possible to avoid this behavior, e.g. through remapping?