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Vim is beautiful (on the inside).  It deserves some beautiful reference material that actually helps you learn & use it!
Vim is beautiful (on the inside). It deserves some beautiful reference material that actually helps you learn & use it!
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    1. Max Cantor 3-time creator on

      @Stacey - Good catch!

      @Zigmar - Yeah, I just needed something to slam on to the web for now. The final version will be in glorious PDF.

      @Michael - Thank you!

      @alc - ^p works with ^n, which is listed on there; maybe I should give it a proper table cell instead of sneaking it into the description for ^n.

      @Chris - That's an excellent idea! I'm definitely gonna have to keep that in mind when I'm done printing & shipping these out.

    2. Chris Sanyk on

      Looking good, Max. I'll be happy to receive my poster when it's completed.

      A fun bonus might be a video (or series of short (~minute long) videos) of you reading through the cheatsheet to *really* explain how to read things to n00bs. Your pitch video showed you to be charismatic enough to pull it off without it being totally dry, and you could immortalize yourself as the vim guru:)

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      alc82 on

      How about a last minute addition. In Insert Mode, Ctrl-p to auto-complete the word you are typing.

    4. Stacey Vetzal on

      Is it me or are the "p" and "P" backwards in this version?

    5. Zigmar on

      It would be much better to re-save the large image as .png to avoid those horrible jpg artifacts

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      Michael on

      That's looking pretty damn sweet! Can't wait to hang in my cube and make my emacs using co-workers jealous! Nice work Max!