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Why does my Vim/VsCodeVim requires double tapping '^' to go to the first character of the line?

I suspect that in your keyboard layout (like in mine ;-)) the ^ key is an 'dead' key, it produces a character only in combination of the next one ^o gives รด, ^^ gives ^. The solution I have is to use: ...
Vivian De Smedt's user avatar
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Why does my Vim/VsCodeVim requires double tapping '^' to go to the first character of the line?

My own solution (with credits to Vivian): It appears that ^ is a dead key, used to produce accented characters (e.g. for French). Apparently, my Windows installation came with the default keyboard: ...
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Switch modes without losing the selection

The VSCodeVim extension for VsCode: Has support for the surround extension: With this extension you can: Add quote to your selection with the following action (in visual mode): S". Change from ...
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Is there a Project Manager extension like VsCode in Vim?

I'd like to recommend my plugin https://github.com/leafOfTree/vim-project. It's a project manager that helps you jump into any project quickly. A vim plugin to manage projects and sessions. Features ...
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