Those of you who know me most likely know that I am quite the VIM fan. At any time, there is at least one VIM window open on my computer. I just like the speed of editing and the flexibility it offers. I even use VI bindings in my UNIX shells (set -o vi). And yes, I did write my book in VIM.
Anyways, here is a command from my .vimrc file that I use a lot:
command F set guifont=Monaco:h13
Basically, if I type “:F”, it makes my font larger. I know, not earth shattering, but really useful.
Here are a couple esthetic things I like to make my VIM look nice:
set background=dark colorscheme solarized set guioptions=-m
This is my complete .vimrc file.