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63139Re: Caps Lock

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  • Dominic Evans
    Nov 1, 2005
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      I don't think there is a way to do that. However you could avoid CAPS
      LOCK all together...

      I don't know if there is already a mark for where insert mode was
      started (instead of the manual mp here). But something along the lines


      would save you have to use caps lock at all (you could bind the latter
      substitution to a key)


      On 01/11/05, Robert Cussons <r.cussons@...> wrote:
      > Hi all,
      > don't know how difficult or possible this is to do, but here goes!
      > I sometimes want to write a large amount of test in capitals so I turn
      > on Caps Lock, but then I want to use commands and forget that Caps Lock
      > is on and obviously get unexpected results. Is there a way to get Vim to
      > ignore Caps Lock when in command mode, but still allow me to press
      > <shift> + o for example to get O in command mode, with Caps Lock on.
      > Example to clarify the above:
      > I am typing away with Caps Lock on, then I enter command mode and want
      > to put in a blank line above the one I am on, so I want the command for
      > this to still be <shift> + o, even though I have Caps Lock turned on.
      > Hope at least someone can understand what I mean!
      > Thanks,
      > Rob.
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