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For questions about scrolling, and configuring the behavior of vim-scrolls
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For questions about searching for text with / or search(). For find/replace operations, use tag [substitute] instead.
489 questions
For questions about staying secure while using vim
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For questions about vim's sessions feature, which persist an editing session to disk for recovery later.
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Question about the functionality that let Vim interact with shell command typically triggered Cia the :! command.
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Allow placement of a 'sign' in the left-hand side of the window and definition of a highlight which will be applied to that line.
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Silent mode is only when started Vim as "ex" or when the "-e" option was given before the "-s" option.
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Questions about the usage of snippets within Vim.
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Vim command for sorting a set of lines.
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SpaceVim is a community-driven vim distribution
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A feature that identifies and highlights misspelled words, and lets you choose among possible correct replacements.
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Questions about splitting current window into multiple viewports.
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st is a "simple terminal" from suckless.org. Use this for questions specific to running Vim in st.
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Activity that occurs after invocation but before the first document is displayed
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A status line will be used to separate windows. Questions about how to format and change the content of this status line.
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Any operation involving regular expression based substitution of text, such as the ex-mode `:s` command. Not to be confused with the [replace] tag.
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Vim stores changes made to a buffer on disk to a swap file, so that any unsaved changes can be recovered in case of a crash.
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Syntax highlighting is the use of colours, size, typeface, or other attributes to visually indicate it has a special meaning and therefore make it easier to understand the text. For example, marking l…
A tab page holds one or more windows. Questions about how to use and customize the behavior of Vim tabs.
111 questions
Question about how to handle white spaces tab characters with vim, insert them, remove them, convert them to space characters, etc...
68 questions