VIM editor keybindings in workflowy

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    John H

    It would be cool if some Emacs keybindings were also available, like C-n, M-b, C-f, M-S-<. I still use Emacs for a lot of text editing because it's super convenient to move around and edit without having to lift my hand up to get to the direction keys or mouse.

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    MR G R LEEMAN

    can we get his please ok thanks

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    Papa

    Seeing the complete list of vi (or newer VIM) commands, it would be a good idea to have an ordered list of which commands to implement (first)!

    In vi, between blocks commands (m or quote for instance), word commands (capitalize, delete…), repetition commands, ".", regexp, edition command (a, ctrl+t, D, j...), shell invocation, display format (:se list, :se ts=4…), there are a lot of domains here. In VIM, add display options such as split screen, increase number (ctrl+a), etc.

    And I just didn't mention the macro section…

    Of course the same problematic goes for Emacs sets of commands!

    Knowing that currently Escape key is used to invoke Search tool, it'll be fun to switch between Emacs-mode, vi-mode and normal-mode…

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    赵春奇

    vimflowy shows a great example. I also need this feature badly.

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    mbbmbbmm

    Hi, I am a new subscriber. Vim keybindings would be absolutely great. I tried vimflowy and it works really nice. I think even just the most fundamental keybindings for navigation, normal / insert mode, creating new lines with o etc. would be a major boost to my workflow. :)

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    Sydney

    https://github.com/Wojnach/vimflowy

    Vim shortcuts for Workflowy via the Chrome extension Vimflowy 

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    William Mayner

    This would be fantastic. Please consider adding it! CodeMirror provides Vim-mode in their editor, so perhaps you could use some of their code?

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    Gibson Fahnestock

    Alternatively it might be easier to allow a shortcut to open a bullet or subtree in an external editor, that way you can allow users to use whichever editor they prefer (although I'd be fine with Vim).  CopyQ does this for example.

    Neovim also has a headless mode that might be useful here.

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