From: Stephen Viles (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Mar 07 2003 - 04:31:25 EST
7/03/03 10:03:43 AM, "Sivakumaran Raman" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I have just downloaded and installed Abiword on Windows XP. I wanted to
> enable vi key bindings and added this to my Abiword.profile file:
> But nothing seems to be happening. I still cannot get vi key bindings. Can
> someone help me out?
Hmm, you seem to have done what is recommended in the TWiki FAQ at
and also in the (obsolete) static FAQ at http://www.abisource.com/support/faq/
I found this two-step instruction at http://epoxy.mrs.umn.edu/misc.html
AbiWord is a really cool basic GUI word processor.
One of its neat features is to use arbitrary key-bindings, including
emacs-like and vi-like ones. Here's how to set this up. Edit your
~/.AbiSuite/AbiWord.Profile file. Then add something like this:
And then, at the beginning, find the Select tag, and modify the scheme
attribute to refer to the new Scheme you just typed:
If this works, can you please update the TWiki FAQ to help other people.
Cheers - Stephen.
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