136256Re: mapping a substitute for the Esc key?
- Feb 19, 2013On Mon, 18 Feb 2013 21:50:38 -0600
Benjamin Klein <ben@...> wrote:
> On Feb 18, 2013, at 7:52 PM, Steve Litt <slitt@...>Thanks Benjamin,
> > Thank you!
> You're welcome -- glad to be of help. :) I was going to say that I
> borrowed that one from Steve Losh's excellent (and lengthy) "Coming
> Home To Vim" (http://stevelosh.com/blog/2010/09/coming-home-to-vim/),
> but I just looked and it seems that he uses jj instead, so I must
> have found that one elsewhere.
> I've read that jk is faster than jj -- I can't prove that, but
> certainly jk is very fast once you get to used to it.
I'm actually thinking of using jf. The jk sequence seems a little
slow/tiring because I have to reposition the hand in a weird way. The
jj combo is similar. But with jf, the left index finger is readying
itself as the right index finger strikes, so it will be faster. The
cool thing about the j key is it's unlikely to be followed by a
consonant, so I have the choice of many, many key combos.
I'll get back to you all when I've fully evaluated key combos.
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