screenkey1 (in the repos too) shows the keys you pressed on the screen.
screenkey --show-settings shows a nice GUI before start with all the configs.
Looks like the second answer here: folding - Is there a best practice to fold a vimrc file - Vi and Vim Stack Exchange
This answer has an awesome idea for folds, something very close to what I was looking for in my long notes file: folding - Is there a best practice to fold a vimrc file - Vi and Vim Stack Exchange
In general TODO vim folds - create a nice stable system instead of the ad hoc hell I have now.
Also How to enable and use code folding in Vim? - Unix & Linux Stack Exchange has a nice summary of fold keybindings:
I forgot I used
<leader> for most of the things I’m currently using F12 for!
TODO I guess A shell script that changes monitor configurations, volume, changes some of the zsh aliases to show me the correct taskwarrior todos, etc.
Something like this:
#!/bin/zsh if [ "$1" == "work" ] then echo "Setting configs to work..." export SOMETHNIG="something" ... ... else echo "Setting configs to home..." export SOMETHNIG="something" ... ... fi zsh
How do I get all open terminals to use the new env. variables though?