Vim Graphical User Interfaces: Gvim and MacVim

Intermediate
15m 4s
135
3/5

The other lessons in the Vim Masterclass course cover topics related to the command line or textual user interface version of Vim. There are, however, a couple of good reasons to use a graphical version of Vim and we will explore them in this lesson.

Intended Audience

This lesson is ideal for anyone who wants to edit text files in Vim using a graphical interface.

Prerequisites

If you want to follow along with the exercises in this lesson, you should have the Vim text editor installed on your computer.

Resources

If you want to follow along with the exercise(s) in this lesson, you can find the necessary resources here.

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