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Re: **SPAM** Keyboard emulations

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  • Antoine J. Mechelynck
    ... IIRC, the most important WS commands were two-key sequences starting ^K. Now IIUC, ^K is used in Vim (in Insert-Replace and Command-line mode) as the
    Message 1 of 1 , Feb 25, 2004
      Juergen Veith <janvi@...> wrote:
      > What are the possibilities to customize the vi command sequences to
      > those formerly used by Wordstar? They rely heavily on 2 stage cntl-
      > sequences and were also used by former Borland IDEs. They
      > unfortunately dissapeared with the MFII keyboards and Windoze stuff
      > more and more, but also available as a plug-in option for some other
      > new and old editors (Codewright, Emacs). Anybody already tried such
      > setup?

      IIRC, the most important WS commands were two-key sequences starting ^K. Now
      IIUC, ^K is used in Vim (in Insert-Replace and Command-line mode) as the
      header for digraphs and cannot be remapped to something else. (I tried imaps
      with {lhs} starting <C-K> and IIRC they din't work). No luck there.

      Best regards,
      Tony.
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