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  • #10031

    Deipotent
    Participant

    I have recently been trying out Vim, and although I’m still a novice and the command mode can initially be a bit confusing/awkward, I’m learning to appreciate its power.

    Can you add a Vi/Vim command mode to EmEditor, as the combination of EE with Vim support would make the ultimate editor.

    #10033

    ToadLoadin
    Member

    There is a 3rd part plugin make this possible, but I don’t remember the name of that plugin. 🙁

    #10196

    Just
    Participant

    So, what’s the name of the plug-in? can anybody help?

    #10202

    Stefan
    Participant

    Just browse the Library here on the right side…

    #10203

    Just
    Participant

    cannot find. Can you? I need a 64-bits one

    #10204

    ToadLoadin
    Member

    Stefan is right, I found it, EmVi, in the online library of EmEditor plugins, and from there, I found the author’s official page.

    But I don’t thinks there is a 64bit version available.

    #10205

    Just
    Participant

    ToadLoadin,
    Have you tried to communicate with the plug-in author?
    I’ve tried via the plugin’s home page (a ‘write’ button on the left sidebar), but it requires login in Korean, but I cannot familiar with…
    Will the plugin support all the VIM natural plug-ins or just its native commands?

    #10207

    ToadLoadin
    Member

    Sorry, I’m not familiar with Vi or gVim, so I never tried to contact the author of EmVi.

    Perhaps you can post a feature request comment on the release post of the lastest version:

    http://emvi.tistory.com/18#rp

    #10208

    Just
    Participant

    Hmm…
    I cannot find a way to post/send comments neither on the author site nor on the plugin page in the EmEditor library.
    Do you find a way to send comments there?
    Thank you!

    #10215

    ToadLoadin
    Member

    Just click the “comment” link, it will show you the comments visitor previously posted and the input form. 🙂

    #10216

    Just
    Participant

    Thank you! It worked for me! 🙂

    #10282

    psa1999
    Member

    sorry for late reply.
    I am Emvi’s author.
    I build 64bit emvi.dll
    You can get at http://emvi.tistory.com now.
    Thanks.
    🙂 🙂

    #10283

    Just
    Participant

    Hi,
    Thank you for your reply.
    Where should I put the DLL? Should it be placed in the installation directory?
    How should I use the VI mode? Could you please provide some Guide Lines for the VI plug-in?
    Thank you

    #10284

    psa1999
    Member

    You can copy emvi.dll to Program FilesEmeditorPlugIns folder.
    And then select plugin -> emvi

    Thanks~

    #10286

    Just
    Participant

    Okay so how can I start the VI mode?
    How do I switch between the command and edit modes?
    How do I switch between the regular editing EmEditor mode and VI mode?
    Does the plugin support all the VI commands? What’s about gVIM commands?
    Thank you!

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