- Sep 3, 2010i am a mac book pro user, and i do not always use an external keyboard and mouse. the touchpad is easily reached while editing, and without me needing to move my hand too much. so i would consider it a nice feature to switch e.g. between buffers.
On 3 Sep 2010, at 16:37, dacresni wrote:
> I was about to ask the same thing, isn't its purpose to reduce
> interruptions of keyboard use for the mouse. (they say every time you
> move your hand from the keyboard to the mouse God kills a hamster)
> On Sep 3, 9:33 am, David Patrick Henderson <dp.chaoswe...@...>
>> I have to question the use of gesture input in a text editor. What is the purpose and how does it improve user interaction/experience? Other than swiping to change buffers or tabs, there is no seeming natural fit forgesturesthat make sense. So the question is, other than coolness how does this interaction improve the user's experience with vim? I, for one, am not at all certain howgestureswould improve or increase my productivity in vim. Let us not forget the purpose of vim is as an editor of text, so I ask, dogesturesin fact bring an improvement to editing in vim or are they a feature for feature's sake?
>> Dave Henderson
>> "There are two ways of constructing a software design: One way is to make it so simple that there are obviously no deficiencies, and the other way is to make it so complicated that there are no obvious deficiencies. The first method is far more difficult."
>> -- C. A. R. "Tony" Hoare
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