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vim-stream-editing : Edit text without moving your cursor!

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created by
Lipsiz Terry
 
script type
patch
 
description
Edit text without moving your cursor!

Have you ever made a typo in a word? Do you find it annoying to move your cursor or use lengthy commands to correct it? This plug frees you from boxing with annoying cursor and complex commands!

Git hub link: https://github.com/lsp59862/vim-stream-editing
 
install details
<<Installation>>
<Manual>
Copy plugin/vim-stream-editing.vim to ~/.vim/plugin
<Pathogen>
git clone git://github.com/lsp59862/vim-stream-editing.git ~/.vim/bundle/vim-stream-editing
<Vundle>
Plugin 'lsp59862/vim-stream-editing'
<Vim-Plug>
Plug 'lsp59862/vim-stream-editing'

<<Usage>>
Hit (Alt+f) to use the plug in normal/insert mode if you enabled. Then:
Enter text(pattern) to modify.
Hit [n/b] to choose the text.
Hit [i/r/a] to insert/replace/append.
Enter a new text.
You can exit the process by whenever you want.

<<Options>>
g:vim_stream_editing_enable
Default: 0
Enable this plug when set it to 1.

<<Attention>>
g:vim_stream_editing_enable maps as the shortcut key to activate the process:

nnoremap <silent> <A-f> :call VimStreamEditingEditText()<CR>
inoremap <silent> <A-f> <Esc>:call VimStreamEditing#EditText()<CR>a      
If you don't want to use this key, please map the function directly and set g:vim_stream_editing_enable to 0 :

nnoremap <silent> <Key> :call VimStreamEditingEditText()<CR>
inoremap <silent> <Key> <Esc>:call VimStreamEditingEditText()<CR>a
let g:vim_stream_editing_enable = 0
 

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package script version date Vim version user release notes
vim-stream-editing-main.zip V1.1 2024-02-12 9.0 Lipsiz Terry Fixed a Bug
ip used for rating: 3.236.83.154

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