re: My editor journey: sublime, vim, emacs, vscode VIEW POST

re: I really want to switch from vim (well, neovim) to VSCode because I feel like the IDE features are just better and require less configuration and h...

yeah, I agree with you. it would be a lot better if the whole vscode could respond to vim-like key bindings, but it's good enough for me right now. I'm really focused on creating and publishing projects and vscode has helping me with that goal.


totally fair. i'm adaptable in most things but i have a lot of trouble hitting the right keys when i have to hit multiple at once, unless it's Ctrl+, for some reason.

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