Thanks to everyone who have shown support and interests in this little hack of mine. I’ve been using it for quite some time now. Despite some minor bugs still lurking around, I really love it myself. This is one of my few creations that I can actually bear to use
Grab it here: viWord.zip
Update: To make Word use its normal keystrokes (e.g. when you need to let someone else use your computer): Go to
Customize, click on the
"Keyboard..." button, then click on
"Reset All...". To get rid of it completely, do the above and remove the
cbworks for now)
- Changed the behavior of Shift-A to move to the end of paragraph (equiv. to the end of a long unbroken line in vi) instead of just the end of the screen line.
- Fixed (hopefully) the error 5346 that was caused by viWord trying to bind to an existing combo (Ctrl-R) used for “align paragraph to right indent” (who the hell uses that anyway?) viWord first removes that binding and then binds Ctrl-R to the Redo operation (just as VIM does).
xnow copies the character(s) onto the clipboard so you could use
xpto swap characters.
- viWord enters normal mode without you having to hit the emulate button or the ESC key when you first start Word.
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