This category is for tips about the integration of Vim with other programs, desktops, operating systems, etc.
“When performing copy, cut, and paste with commands like y, d, and p, by default Vim uses its own...Accessing the system clipboard
“I use Vim for all text editing, even software development. At one point I stopped using IDEs...Use Vim like an IDE
“Vim 6.x has the netrw plugin installed as a standard plugin. It allows you to edit files via...Editing remote files via scp in vim
“To change the shape of the cursor in different modes, you can add the following into your vimrc...Change cursor shape in different modes
“Normally, typing edit on a Unix system brings up the vi editor and not Vim. If you've installed...Set Vim as your default editor for Unix
“Some long-time users of Vim have trouble when they try to switch to the Dvorak keyboard layout...Using Vim with the Dvorak keyboard layout
“Vim users find the h, j, k, l keys useful for navigating documents without a mouse. This tip...Vim key bindings for web browsers
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Pages in category "Integration"
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