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Vim HardMode Fine Grain Movements
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These are just a few of the movements that vim is capable of, these should get you going for now. TL;DR Use Vim's built in help feature on navigation or better still usr_03.txt Search google for vim ...

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Navigation in insert mode
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Hit esc then use hjkl and wWbB and any other navigations you would like to make. The whole point of hard mode is to get you to learn to navigate with more complex vim motions. Make small edits then ...

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Graphical vim: Workflows
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Vim is a text editor not an IDE. Having said that vim is highly configurable, and can be customized per individual and usually is, but can be used as an IDE. (there are purists out there too) Vim ...

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Vundle load plugins while still in .vimrc
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If you are editing your .vimrc file and want to load/ attempt to load it you can just run :so % Here is a link to another answer that explains this further.

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How do I introduce a "light mode", in which not all plugins are loaded?
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Actually your first idea is possible, in an elegant way too. You can create a user defined command and then call vim with the + syntax. Just define a custom user command in your .vimrc file like so: ...

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