DoxaLogos wrote:
> Hello,
> I just  played around with PIDA a little bit on Kubuntu yesterday, and
> I thought it was nice how you wrap python around VIM (or Emacs).  It
> puts a fresh face on older yet proven technology.  I know this setup
> has a ways to go, but I thought of something that might be useful. I'm
> a VIM user, and I like the fact I don't have to use the arrow keys
> much.  So, it would be helpful when a user configured their PIDA to
> VIM, that the ALT+ arrow keys for  would be mapped to ALT + h,j,k,l
> keys for vim users.  I'm sure there are other key mappings that could
> be changed make the vim user feel more at home, and they're are
> probably corresponding Emacs keys too.

Hi, thanks for your suggestion. It is a really nice idea. For now, until 
we think if and how to implement this per-editor shortcuts, you could 
manually edit your shortcuts to make them whatever you like.


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