Manjaro Flavored Rice Anyone?

My first attempt at i3, and I think it's coming together nicely. The color scheme is a little basic, but it's all uniform and clean. Let me know what you think, but remember, it's my first time so be gentle :sweat_smile:

(Updated!)
2020-07-19-183039_1280x720_scrot

(And I guess here's the config if you want it.)

# i3 config file (v4)
# Please see http://i3wm.org/docs/userguide.html for a complete reference!
# πŸœπŸœ„πŸœ‚πŸœƒ 🜎

# Set mod key (Mod1=<Alt>, Mod4=<Super>)
set $mod Mod4

# set default desktop layout (default is tiling)
# workspace_layout tabbed <stacking|tabbed>

# Configure border style <normal|1pixel|pixel xx|none|pixel>
default_border pixel 1
default_floating_border normal

# Hide borders
hide_edge_borders none

# change borders
bindsym $mod+u border none
bindsym $mod+y border pixel 1
bindsym $mod+n border normal

# Font for window titles. Will also be used by the bar unless a different font
# is used in the bar {} block below.
font xft:Neuropol 10

# Use Mouse+$mod to drag floating windows
floating_modifier $mod

# start a terminal
bindsym $mod+Return exec terminator

# kill focused window
bindsym $mod+q kill

# start program launcher
bindsym $mod+d exec --no-startup-id dmenu_recency

# launch categorized menu
bindsym $mod+z exec --no-startup-id morc_menu

################################################################################################
## sound-section - DO NOT EDIT if you wish to automatically upgrade Alsa -> Pulseaudio later! ##
################################################################################################

exec --no-startup-id volumeicon
bindsym $mod+Ctrl+m exec terminal -e 'alsamixer'
exec --no-startup-id pulseaudio
#exec --no-startup-id pa-applet
#bindsym $mod+Ctrl+m exec pavucontrol

################################################################################################

# Screen brightness controls
# bindsym XF86MonBrightnessUp exec "xbacklight -inc 10; notify-send 'brightness up'"
# bindsym XF86MonBrightnessDown exec "xbacklight -dec 10; notify-send 'brightness down'"

# Start Applications
bindsym $mod+b exec terminal -e 'bmenu'
bindsym $mod+F2 exec google-chrome-stable
bindsym $mod+F3 exec pcmanfm
# bindsym $mod+F3 exec ranger
bindsym $mod+Shift+F3 exec pcmanfm_pkexec
bindsym $mod+F5 exec terminal -e 'mocp'
bindsym $mod+t exec --no-startup-id pkill compton
bindsym $mod+Ctrl+t exec --no-startup-id compton -b
bindsym $mod+Shift+d --release exec "killall dunst; exec notify-send 'restart dunst'"
bindsym Print exec --no-startup-id i3-scrot
bindsym $mod+Print --release exec --no-startup-id i3-scrot -w
bindsym $mod+Shift+Print --release exec --no-startup-id i3-scrot -s
bindsym $mod+Shift+h exec xdg-open /usr/share/doc/manjaro/i3_help.pdf
bindsym $mod+Ctrl+x --release exec --no-startup-id xkill
bindsym $mod+F8 exec rhythmbox

# focus_follows_mouse no

# change focus
# bindsym $mod+j focus left
# bindsym $mod+k focus down
# bindsym $mod+l focus up
# bindsym $mod+semicolon focus right

# alternatively, you can use the cursor keys:
bindsym $mod+Left focus left
bindsym $mod+Down focus down
bindsym $mod+Up focus up
bindsym $mod+Right focus right

# move focused window
bindsym $mod+Shift+j move left
bindsym $mod+Shift+k move down
bindsym $mod+Shift+l move up
bindsym $mod+Shift+semicolon move right

# alternatively, you can use the cursor keys:
bindsym $mod+Shift+Left move left
bindsym $mod+Shift+Down move down
bindsym $mod+Shift+Up move up
bindsym $mod+Shift+Right move right

# split orientation
bindsym $mod+h split h;exec notify-send 'tile horizontally'
bindsym $mod+v split v;exec notify-send 'tile vertically'
bindsym $mod+Shift+q split toggle

# toggle fullscreen mode for the focused container
bindsym $mod+f fullscreen toggle

# change container layout (stacked, tabbed, toggle split)
bindsym $mod+s layout stacking
bindsym $mod+w layout tabbed
bindsym $mod+e layout toggle split

# toggle tiling / floating
bindsym $mod+Shift+space floating toggle

# change focus between tiling / floating windows
bindsym $mod+space focus mode_toggle

# toggle sticky
bindsym $mod+Shift+s sticky toggle

# focus the parent container
bindsym $mod+a focus parent

# move the currently focused window to the scratchpad
bindsym $mod+Shift+minus move scratchpad

# Show the next scratchpad window or hide the focused scratchpad window.
# If there are multiple scratchpad windows, this command cycles through them.
bindsym $mod+minus scratchpad show

#navigate workspaces next / previous
bindsym $mod+Tab workspace next

# Workspace names
set $ws1 1 ο„  
set $ws2 2  
set $ws3 3  
set $ws4 4 (4) 
set $ws5 5 (5) 
set $ws6 6 (6) 
set $ws7 7 (7) 
set $ws8 8 (8) 
set $ws9 9 ο…ͺ 
set $ws10 10 ο€₯ 

# switch to workspace
bindsym $mod+1 workspace $ws1
bindsym $mod+2 workspace $ws2
bindsym $mod+3 workspace $ws3
bindsym $mod+4 workspace $ws4
bindsym $mod+5 workspace $ws5
bindsym $mod+6 workspace $ws6
bindsym $mod+7 workspace $ws7
bindsym $mod+8 workspace $ws8
bindsym $mod+9 workspace $ws9
bindsym $mod+0 workspace $ws10


# Move focused container to workspace
bindsym $mod+Ctrl+1 move container to workspace $ws1
bindsym $mod+Ctrl+2 move container to workspace $ws2
bindsym $mod+Ctrl+3 move container to workspace $ws3
bindsym $mod+Ctrl+4 move container to workspace $ws4
bindsym $mod+Ctrl+5 move container to workspace $ws5
bindsym $mod+Ctrl+6 move container to workspace $ws6
bindsym $mod+Ctrl+7 move container to workspace $ws7
bindsym $mod+Ctrl+8 move container to workspace $ws8
bindsym $mod+Ctrl+9 move container to workspace $ws9
bindsym $mod+Ctrl+0 move container to workspace $ws10


# Move to workspace with focused container
bindsym $mod+Shift+1 move container to workspace $ws1; workspace $ws1
bindsym $mod+Shift+2 move container to workspace $ws2; workspace $ws2
bindsym $mod+Shift+3 move container to workspace $ws3; workspace $ws3
bindsym $mod+Shift+4 move container to workspace $ws4; workspace $ws4
bindsym $mod+Shift+5 move container to workspace $ws5; workspace $ws5
bindsym $mod+Shift+6 move container to workspace $ws6; workspace $ws6
bindsym $mod+Shift+7 move container to workspace $ws7; workspace $ws7
bindsym $mod+Shift+8 move container to workspace $ws8; workspace $ws8
bindsym $mod+Shift+9 move container to workspace $ws9; workspace $ws9
bindsym $mod+Shift+0 move container to workspace $ws10; workspace $ws10

# Open applications on specific workspaces
assign [class="Google-chrome"] $ws2
assign [class="Rhythmbox"] $ws10
assign [class="Pcmanfm"] $ws3


# Open specific applications in floating mode
for_window [title="alsamixer"] floating enable border pixel 1
for_window [class="calamares"] floating enable border normal
for_window [class="Clipgrab"] floating enable
for_window [title="File Transfer*"] floating enable
for_window [class="fpakman"] floating enable
for_window [class="Galculator"] floating enable border pixel 1
for_window [class="GParted"] floating enable border normal
for_window [title="i3_help"] floating enable sticky enable border normal
for_window [class="Lightdm-settings"] floating enable
for_window [class="Lxappearance"] floating enable sticky enable border normal
for_window [class="Manjaro-hello"] floating enable
for_window [class="Manjaro Settings Manager"] floating enable border normal
for_window [title="MuseScore: Play Panel"] floating enable
for_window [class="Nitrogen"] floating enable sticky enable border normal
for_window [class="Oblogout"] fullscreen enable
for_window [class="octopi"] floating enable
for_window [title="About Pale Moon"] floating enable
for_window [class="Pamac-manager"] floating enable
for_window [class="Pavucontrol"] floating enable
for_window [class="qt5ct"] floating enable sticky enable border normal
for_window [class="Qtconfig-qt4"] floating enable sticky enable border normal
for_window [class="Simple-scan"] floating enable border normal
for_window [class="(?i)System-config-printer.py"] floating enable border normal
for_window [class="Skype"] floating enable border normal
for_window [class="Timeset-gui"] floating enable border normal
for_window [class="(?i)virtualbox"] floating enable border normal
for_window [class="Xfburn"] floating enable

# switch to workspace with urgent window automatically
for_window [urgent=latest] focus

# reload the configuration file
bindsym $mod+Shift+c reload

# restart i3 inplace (preserves your layout/session, can be used to upgrade i3)
bindsym $mod+Shift+r restart

# exit i3 (logs you out of your X session)
bindsym $mod+Shift+e exec "i3-nagbar -t warning -m 'You pressed the exit shortcut. Do you really want to exit i3? This will end your X session.' -b 'Yes, exit i3' 'i3-msg exit'"

# Set shut down, restart and locking features
bindsym $mod+Ctrl+l mode "$mode_system"
set $mode_system (l)ock, (e)xit, switch_(u)ser, (s)uspend, (h)ibernate, (r)eboot, (Shift+s)hutdown
mode "$mode_system" {
    bindsym l exec --no-startup-id i3exit lock, mode "default"
    bindsym s exec --no-startup-id i3exit suspend, mode "default"
    bindsym u exec --no-startup-id i3exit switch_user, mode "default"
    bindsym e exec --no-startup-id i3exit logout, mode "default"
    bindsym h exec --no-startup-id i3exit hibernate, mode "default"
    bindsym r exec --no-startup-id i3exit reboot, mode "default"
    bindsym Shift+s exec --no-startup-id i3exit shutdown, mode "default"

    # exit system mode: "Enter" or "Escape"
    bindsym Return mode "default"
    bindsym Escape mode "default"
}

# Resize window (you can also use the mouse for that)
bindsym $mod+r mode "resize"
mode "resize" {
        # These bindings trigger as soon as you enter the resize mode
        # Pressing left will shrink the window’s width.
        # Pressing right will grow the window’s width.
        # Pressing up will shrink the window’s height.
        # Pressing down will grow the window’s height.
        bindsym j resize shrink width 5 px or 5 ppt
        bindsym k resize grow height 5 px or 5 ppt
        bindsym l resize shrink height 5 px or 5 ppt
        bindsym semicolon resize grow width 5 px or 5 ppt

        # same bindings, but for the arrow keys
        bindsym Left resize shrink width 10 px or 10 ppt
        bindsym Down resize grow height 10 px or 10 ppt
        bindsym Up resize shrink height 10 px or 10 ppt
        bindsym Right resize grow width 10 px or 10 ppt

        # exit resize mode: Enter or Escape
        bindsym Return mode "default"
        bindsym Escape mode "default"
}

# Lock screen
bindsym $mod+l exec --no-startup-id blurlock

# Autostart applications
exec --no-startup-id /usr/lib/polkit-gnome/polkit-gnome-authentication-agent-1
exec --no-startup-id nitrogen --restore; sleep 1; compton -b
#exec --no-startup-id manjaro-hello
exec --no-startup-id nm-applet
exec --no-startup-id xfce4-power-manager
exec --no-startup-id pamac-tray
exec --no-startup-id clipit
# exec --no-startup-id blueman-applet
# exec_always --no-startup-id sbxkb
# exec --no-startup-id start_conky_maia
# exec --no-startup-id start_conky_green
# exec --no-startup-id xautolock -time 60 -locker blurlock
exec_always --no-startup-id ff-theme-util
exec_always --no-startup-id fix_xcursor
exec xrandr --output LVDS1 --off --output DP1 --off --output HDMI1 --primary --mode 1280x720 --pos 0x0 --rotate normal --output VGA1 --off --output VIRTUAL1 --off
exec --no-startup-id compton
exec /usr/bin/compton --config /home/ben/.compton.conf~.i3/config
# exec_always --no-startup-id $HOME/.config/polybar/launch.sh
exec google-chrome-stable
exec rhythmbox

# Color palette used for the terminal ( ~/.Xresources file )
# Colors are gathered based on the documentation:
# https://i3wm.org/docs/userguide.html#xresources
# Change the variable name at the place you want to match the color
# of your terminal like this:
# [example]
# If you want your bar to have the same background color as your 
# terminal background change the line 362 from:
# background #14191D
# to:
# background $term_background
# Same logic applied to everything else.
set_from_resource $term_background background
set_from_resource $term_foreground foreground
set_from_resource $term_color0     color0
set_from_resource $term_color1     color1
set_from_resource $term_color2     color2
set_from_resource $term_color3     color3
set_from_resource $term_color4     color4
set_from_resource $term_color5     color5
set_from_resource $term_color6     color6
set_from_resource $term_color7     color7
set_from_resource $term_color8     color8
set_from_resource $term_color9     color9
set_from_resource $term_color10    color10
set_from_resource $term_color11    color11
set_from_resource $term_color12    color12
set_from_resource $term_color13    color13
set_from_resource $term_color14    color14
set_from_resource $term_color15    color15

# Start i3bar to display a workspace bar (plus the system information i3status if available)
bar {
	i3bar_command i3bar
	status_command i3status
	position bottom

## please set your primary output first. Example: 'xrandr --output eDP1 --primary'
#	tray_output primary
#	tray_output eDP1

	bindsym button4 nop
	bindsym button5 nop
#   font xft:Neuropol 10
	strip_workspace_numbers yes

    colors {
        background #13191C
        statusline #15E0BD
        separator  #15E0BD

#                      border  backgr. text
        focused_workspace  #222D31 #16A085 #292F34
        active_workspace   #222D31 #353836 #FDF6E3
        inactive_workspace #13191C #13191C #15E0BD
        binding_mode       #16A085 #2C2C2C #F9FAF9
        urgent_workspace   #16A085 #13191C #16A085
    }
}

# hide/unhide i3status bar
bindsym $mod+m bar mode toggle

# Theme colors
# class                   border  backgr. text    indic.   child_border
  client.focused          #13191C #13191C #16A085 #FDF6E3
  client.focused_inactive #0C1012 #0C1012 #16A085 #454948
  client.unfocused        #13191C #13191C #16A085 #454948
  client.urgent           #000000 #13191C #16A085 #268BD2
  client.placeholder      #000000 #0c0c0c #16A085 #000000 

  client.background      #263238

# Theme Color
# Darkest color #0C1012
# Dark color    #13191C
# Light color   #16A085

#############################
### settings for i3-gaps: ###
#############################

# Set inner/outer gaps
gaps inner 14
gaps outer -2

# Additionally, you can issue commands with the following syntax. This is useful to bind keys to changing the gap size.
# gaps inner|outer current|all set|plus|minus <px>
# gaps inner all set 10
# gaps outer all plus 5

# Smart gaps (gaps used if only more than one container on the workspace)
smart_gaps on

# Smart borders (draw borders around container only if it is not the only container on this workspace) 
# on|no_gaps (on=always activate and no_gaps=only activate if the gap size to the edge of the screen is 0)
smart_borders on

# Press $mod+Shift+g to enter the gap mode. Choose o or i for modifying outer/inner gaps. Press one of + / - (in-/decrement for current workspace) or 0 (remove gaps for current workspace). If you also press Shift with these keys, the change will be global for all workspaces.
set $mode_gaps Gaps: (o) outer, (i) inner
set $mode_gaps_outer Outer Gaps: +|-|0 (local), Shift + +|-|0 (global)
set $mode_gaps_inner Inner Gaps: +|-|0 (local), Shift + +|-|0 (global)
bindsym $mod+Shift+g mode "$mode_gaps"

mode "$mode_gaps" {
        bindsym o      mode "$mode_gaps_outer"
        bindsym i      mode "$mode_gaps_inner"
        bindsym Return mode "default"
        bindsym Escape mode "default"
}
mode "$mode_gaps_inner" {
        bindsym plus  gaps inner current plus 5
        bindsym minus gaps inner current minus 5
        bindsym 0     gaps inner current set 0

        bindsym Shift+plus  gaps inner all plus 5
        bindsym Shift+minus gaps inner all minus 5
        bindsym Shift+0     gaps inner all set 0

        bindsym Return mode "default"
        bindsym Escape mode "default"
}
mode "$mode_gaps_outer" {
        bindsym plus  gaps outer current plus 5
        bindsym minus gaps outer current minus 5
        bindsym 0     gaps outer current set 0

        bindsym Shift+plus  gaps outer all plus 5
        bindsym Shift+minus gaps outer all minus 5
        bindsym Shift+0     gaps outer all set 0

        bindsym Return mode "default"
        bindsym Escape mode "default"
}
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It would look better with this:

image

https://int10h.org/oldschool-pc-fonts/fontlist/font?toshibasat_8x14

:grin:

(Yes, I'm considering a forum theme...)

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You thinking for terminal or system?

The whole thing.

Or whatever. :wink:

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Very nice, try ranger and vim it takes little time to learn, it is worth it! :slight_smile:

Please, forum theme! :pray:

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Vim is on my list of things to learn, but nano is more comfortable for the moment. Prior to i3, it was the only terminal based text editor I ever used and works fine fore basic tasks. I'll definitely dig into vim. Ranger is great though! It's quick and simple. Thanks for the suggestions :+1:

2020-07-19-091638_1280x720_scrot

I learned vim because of ranger :slight_smile: I know just basics in vim it is enough for me.

Try micro and you never need vim/nano, learn things that have a future but that is just my opinion :wink: if you like it then Vim :slight_smile:

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But not vanilla micro, micro-manjaro is extremely convenient.
Edit:

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micro -version                                                                                                                   ξ‚²  
Version: 2.0.7-dev.6
Commit hash: b8fbbf5c
Compiled on June 28, 2020

I am satisfied with it :slight_smile:

Here you can inform yourself.

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I really like micro. Still needed to learn vi when I started working on servers, because it is the only editor guaranteed to be present everywhere. But when I have the choice I use micro. I prefer vim to nsko nowadays though.

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After getting a feel for it, vim is much better than nano. Not at all implying it was before, it's just all I knew. I tried out micro too, and for my personal use case, I cant justify using it over vim. Not saying there's anything wrong with it (except a lack of transparency :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye: which is probably configurable.) I just like vim's out of box key mapping a bit better. Once you get a feel they really do feel more fluid.

Would post a desktop update, but nothing really changed today other than some key mapping, and unless you really enjoy reading through a config file and agreeing or disagreeing I can't imagine that'd be too entertaining.

You do realize this is a linux internet forum, right? :laughing:

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Added config! :+1:

Check the vim web page, you can create .vimrc at home where you define vim settings like last position, line numbers etc...
cheat sheet


VIM cheet sheet

:help keyword - open help for keyword
:saveas file - save file as
:close - close current pane
K - open man page for word under the cursor

Cursor movement

h - move cursor left
j - move cursor down
k - move cursor up
l - move cursor right
H - move to top of screen
M - move to middle of screen
L - move to bottom of screen
w - jump forwards to the start of a word
W - jump forwards to the start of a word (words can contain punctuation)
e - jump forwards to the end of a word
E - jump forwards to the end of a word (words can contain punctuation)
b - jump backwards to the start of a word
B - jump backwards to the start of a word (words can contain punctuation)
% - move to matching character (default supported pairs: '()', '{}', '[]' - use :h matchpairs in vim for more info)
0 - jump to the start of the line
^ - jump to the first non-blank character of the line
$ - jump to the end of the line
g_ - jump to the last non-blank character of the line
gg - go to the first line of the document
G - go to the last line of the document
5G - go to line 5
fx - jump to next occurrence of character x
tx - jump to before next occurrence of character x
Fx - jump to previous occurence of character x
Tx - jump to after previous occurence of character x
; - repeat previous f, t, F or T movement
, - repeat previous f, t, F or T movement, backwards
} - jump to next paragraph (or function/block, when editing code)
{ - jump to previous paragraph (or function/block, when editing code)
zz - center cursor on screen
Ctrl + e - move screen down one line (without moving cursor)
Ctrl + y - move screen up one line (without moving cursor)
Ctrl + b - move back one full screen
Ctrl + f - move forward one full screen
Ctrl + d - move forward 1/2 a screen
Ctrl + u - move back 1/2 a screen

Tip Prefix a cursor movement command with a number to repeat it. For example, 4j moves down 4 lines.


Insert mode - inserting/appending text

i - insert before the cursor
I - insert at the beginning of the line
a - insert (append) after the cursor
A - insert (append) at the end of the line
o - append (open) a new line below the current line
O - append (open) a new line above the current line
ea - insert (append) at the end of the word
Esc - exit insert mode

Editing

r - replace a single character
J - join line below to the current one with one space in between
gJ - join line below to the current one without space in between
gwip - reflow paragraph
cc - change (replace) entire line
C - change (replace) to the end of the line
c$ - change (replace) to the end of the line
ciw - change (replace) entire word
cw - change (replace) to the end of the word
s - delete character and substitute text
S - delete line and substitute text (same as cc)
xp - transpose two letters (delete and paste)
u - undo
Ctrl + r - redo
. - repeat last command

Marking text (visual mode)

v - start visual mode, mark lines, then do a command (like y-yank)
V - start linewise visual mode
o - move to other end of marked area
Ctrl + v - start visual block mode
O - move to other corner of block
aw - mark a word
ab - a block with ()
aB - a block with {}
ib - inner block with ()
iB - inner block with {}
Esc - exit visual mode

Visual commands

> - shift text right
< - shift text left
y - yank (copy) marked text
d - delete marked text
~ - switch case

Registers

:reg - show registers content
"xy - yank into register x
"xp - paste contents of register x

Tip Registers are being stored in ~/.viminfo, and will be loaded again on next restart of vim.
Tip Register 0 contains always the value of the last yank command.


Marks

:marks - list of marks
ma - set current position for mark A
`a - jump to position of mark A
y`a - yank text to position of mark A

Macros

qa - record macro a
q - stop recording macro
@a - run macro a
@@ - rerun last run macro

Cut and paste

yy - yank (copy) a line
2yy - yank (copy) 2 lines
yw - yank (copy) the characters of the word from the cursor position to the start of the next word
y$ - yank (copy) to end of line
p - put (paste) the clipboard after cursor
P - put (paste) before cursor
dd - delete (cut) a line
2dd - delete (cut) 2 lines
dw - delete (cut) the characters of the word from the cursor position to the start of the next word
D - delete (cut) to the end of the line
d$ - delete (cut) to the end of the line
x - delete (cut) character

Exiting

:w - write (save) the file, but don't exit
:w !sudo tee % - write out the current file using sudo
:wq or :x or ZZ - write (save) and quit
:q - quit (fails if there are unsaved changes)
:q! or ZQ - quit and throw away unsaved changes
:wqa - write (save) and quit on all tabs
Search and replace
/pattern - search for pattern
?pattern - search backward for pattern
\vpattern - 'very magic' pattern: non-alphanumeric characters are interpreted as special regex symbols (no escaping needed)
n - repeat search in same direction
N - repeat search in opposite direction
:%s/old/new/g - replace all old with new throughout file
:%s/old/new/gc - replace all old with new throughout file with confirmations
:noh - remove highlighting of search matches

Search in multiple files

:vimgrep /pattern/ {`{file}`} - search for pattern in multiple files
e.g. :vimgrep /foo/ **/*
:cn - jump to the next match
:cp - jump to the previous match
:copen - open a window containing the list of matches

Working with multiple files

:e file - edit a file in a new buffer
:bnext or :bn - go to the next buffer
:bprev or :bp - go to the previous buffer
:bd - delete a buffer (close a file)
:ls - list all open buffers
:sp file - open a file in a new buffer and split window
:vsp file - open a file in a new buffer and vertically split window
Ctrl + ws - split window
Ctrl + ww - switch windows
Ctrl + wq - quit a window
Ctrl + wv - split window vertically
Ctrl + wh - move cursor to the left window (vertical split)
Ctrl + wl - move cursor to the right window (vertical split)
Ctrl + wj - move cursor to the window below (horizontal split)
Ctrl + wk - move cursor to the window above (horizontal split)

Tabs

:tabnew or :tabnew {page.words.file} - open a file in a new tab
Ctrl + wT - move the current split window into its own tab
gt or :tabnext or :tabn - move to the next tab
gT or :tabprev or :tabp - move to the previous tab
#gt - move to tab number #
:tabmove # - move current tab to the #th position (indexed from 0)
:tabclose or :tabc - close the current tab and all its windows
:tabonly or :tabo - close all tabs except for the current one
:tabdo command - run the command on all tabs (e.g. :tabdo q - closes all opened tabs)

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A: What is this
B: Yea it looks nice :slight_smile:

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