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Question about navigation in the undo history, undoing, and redoing changes
Activity that occurs after invocation but before the first document is displayed
Questions about the plugin vim-latex which provides enhanced LaTeX support for Vim.
Question about how to handle white spaces tab characters with vim, insert them, remove them, convert them to space characters, etc...
Questions about the usage of the global command `:g` which executes an Ex command (default ":p") on the lines within a range a where a pattern matches.
Questions about using vim into a tmux session and how to customize integration.
For questions about vim's sessions feature, which persist an editing session to disk for recovery later.
Vim can handle abbreviations to replace some text by some other text. Question about creating these abbreviations and how to make them work.
Questions about the different options that vim can take from the shell and the different commands to start the editor.
the organization of content elements by tokens/symbols and/or by column or line locations.
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.
for questions specific to using Vim on the Ubuntu flavor of linux.
Questions about the use of Vim as an integrated development environment for programming
The 'conceal' feature allows to hide or replace some part of a buffer thanks to Vim's syntax highlighting mechanism.
Questions where working on more than one line is a relevant aspect. In most cases that means repeating the same command(s) over several lines. – Related: [tag:repeated-commands]
Questions having to do with the range modifier in ex (command-line) commands.
Vim's "count" feature allows you to multiply or iterate a command by passing it an optional number.