j1alu Thanks for links and article about vim, it was fun
markush vim basically can do all the things I want it just does it inefficiently and nobody here could convince me, that it can do these things faster!
And yes as I said I think about making contribution, but not to vim
I won't change it's controls
(not because it's technically hard
And may be that's just my philosophy, but I work as a programmer and data analyst so I use text editing very intensively and know few things about computers
I love Open Source movement I just think that there is too much variation, but from other side I like it it gives freedom.
And this problem persists in many Open Source applications, that they are little monsters about whom you have to take care a lot and put large effort to be able to use them.
While my philosophy tells me to use:
1. Best tool (That's why I ask to you people, who are more experienced in their field than I am at moment)
2. Tool that is intuitive (Computers are tools and should make life easier not more complicated, yes to use axe you have to learn to do it
3. But the most important thing FOR A TOOL is it's efficiency, people should understand this by reading some history book! And also product that I can use most efficiently (yes I love that I can do all work with key combinations in vim)
(again that is reason why I ask to other people)
pfuit, I hope I explained the thing.