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BASH is the GNU Bourne Again SHell, the successor to the classic Unix Bourne sh (shell). It's the default shell for various Linux/GNU systems.

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If I press v while using either the vi-mode zsh plugin or set -o vi in bash, it opens the line I'm working on in a full vim session. However, this puts my cursor at the beginning at the beginning of … the line. Is it possible to keep my cursor where I invoked the v command? I would like this for doing quick text manipulation that isn't possible with the basic command-line mode. I'm referring specifically to the vi-mode zsh implementation, but a bash solution would be welcome too. …
asked Mar 27 by Max Coplan