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Quickref for Neovim

I tried to setup a proper IDE experience with vim several years ago; however, I was also trying to dive into i3wm and use tmux at the same time and was too far caught up into configuration instead of working so I had to stop. Plus, running all of this in a VM inside my Windows laptop was clunky. I returned to using Sublime Text and later migrated to VSCode with WSL.

VSCode has been great but now I’m running into problems with VSCode on WSL2 hogging memory and wish I could return to a setup that doesn’t require a mouse. As a result I decided to take a look at vim again and discovered neovim. I have forgotten many vim shortcuts so the Neovim quickref is very useful.

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