Hi Fellow Sublimers!
Is there a way to have the CAPS LOCK key lock into cursor navigation mode?
Ideally, I'd like to hit the caps lock key to lock into cursor navigation mode from which I can hit H, J, K, L to move the cursor around.
For example, this would be the ideal behavior:
1. Hit CAPS LOCK.
2. Press H, J, K, L to move the cursor left, down, up, right.
3. Hit CAPS LOCK to exit cursor navigation mode.
4. Type as you normally would
If using CAPS LOCK is not possible, I'll be happy with holding CTRL+J+K or something similar. The important thing is being able to lock into navigation / edit mode (but without all the bells & whistles that come with Vintage Mode).
Why not Vintage? I've always been fascinated by VIM, but never had the chance to try it. I'd like to try Vintage eventually, however I feel there's quite a few hurdles for me:
1. Somewhat steep learning curve.
2. Vintage mode docs seem sparse.
3. Vintage mode != VIM
All three of these combined makes it extremely difficult for someone like me (who has never used VIM) to dive into Vintage. I don't know enough VIM to simply jump into Vintage. I can't lookup Vintage docs because it seems incomplete. And I can't lookup VIM docs because Vintage isn't exactly VIM.
I will eventually try Vintage mode though, but first I just would like to try to ease into things by customizing it as described above.
Is that possible?