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orestis10:10:19

TIL about :cexpr -> :cexpr system("find . -name 'index.html'") will run the command and send the output to the quickfix window. Super helpful.

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orestis10:10:42

Thereโ€™s probably plugins to do this but itโ€™s nice to use the built-ins

Olical19:10:41

@clojurians-slack100 I eval the edn then paste in the result since it runs through pprint. In Conjure you can use <prefix>e! to eval and replace the form which would replace it with the formatted version.

Olical19:10:09

Although EDN may not parse because EDN ๐Ÿ˜ฌ

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dharrigan19:10:24

I recently discovered the joy of vimium plugin for firefox/chrome

dharrigan19:10:37

Anyone else use it?

berkeleytrue19:10:21

vimium is a life saver

berkeleytrue19:10:42

I've only recently start learning all the features it has

walterl20:10:38

Before Firefox killed off non-WebExtensions add-ons, Vimperator was great. Vimium is the WebExtensions one that comes the closest. VimVixen really didn't do it for me.

berkeleytrue20:10:03

I find the gE gO features super useful. I'm still not ๐Ÿ’ฏ on the visual mode. Sometimes it is hard to get on the right element without the mouse involved

walterl20:10:37

I've "given up" and just stick to basic commands. Still super useful ๐Ÿ™‚

berkeleytrue20:10:22

I wish it had <c-o>/<c-i> features. I still acidently hit it when trying to back to a specific scroll position

berkeleytrue20:10:50

I've had a dream of forking firefox and creating a custom vim version. I'm no where near the skill level to do so and it would probably be simpler to just learn qutebrowser.

uochan23:10:58

vim-iced in Codespaces ๐Ÿคช (with nvim 0.4.4 and babashka nREPL)

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