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Re: Call for user cases ?


On Sun, Mar 4, 2012 at 08:19, Ulf Bro <ulf.bro@xxxxxx> wrote:
> The editor I use in everyday life is Vim (Vi). Here you switch between
> modes all the time. But you do so without taking your fingers off the
> keyboard. A similar "edit" mode in Zim would be no harm so long as one
> could keep the mouse out of the business.

It already exists, but it opens the edit window in a new window. See this RFE:
RFE: Edit source in Zim window

>> One thing that surely should be added is a way to easily switch the
>> editor to "raw mode" where it does not do any rendering. It should
>> not be understood or used as the default edit mode, but it may be
>> sometimes useful to see or edit the raw version of a page.
> That is the point I'd like to support. With one key, and this could be
> a function key like F2 for example, you could open an external editor
> in a new window of course on the currently displayed page (im my case
> that would be Vim) and do whatever editing you find suitable. Then after
> saving, do a reload with Ctrl-R and that's it.

Please mention that on the above-linked RFE. Thanks!

Dotan Cohen