Stupid VS Code Vim Tricks
Still trying my experiment with using Dendron in Visual Studio Code as part of some sort of public second brain. Honestly I don’t know how long that’ll last, so I figure better share the fun stuff I learn here too.
Anyways this afternoon I installed the Vim extension and learned just enough about custom keybindings to add a few.
vim.leaderis handy as a prefix for extended custom bindings in Vim; I prefer the spacebar as my leader
<leader> t ltoggles my left sidebar
<leader> t rtoggles my right sidebar
<leader> t ttoggles between light and dark theme
These bindings look and work very similar to some of Logseq’s default bindings. That’s no accident. I like those bindings.