Author: Beau <email@example.com>
Date: Thu, 9 Jun 2022 09:26:05 -0500
updates to test description rewrite
1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 9 deletions(-)
diff --git a/help.mom b/help.mom
@@ -53,17 +53,11 @@ If you press it alone, it will function as escape, making vimcraft much more nat
but you can also hold it down and it will act as another Windows/super/mod key.
The menu button (usually between the right Alt and Ctrl) is an alternative Super/Mod button.
-This is to make one-handing on laptops easier.
If you'd like to change any of these keyboard changes, you need only open and change the \f(CWremaps\fP script.
-All custom scripts in LARBS are located in \f(CW~/.local/bin/\fP.
Actually, this should go without saying, but \fIeverything\fP here can easily be changed.
Below in this document, there is information about where to change programs/components.
-Additionally, while this isn't a part of the desktop environment, the default editing mode in the shell is using vi bindings.
-If you want to learn more of this, run \f(CWMod+Shift+E\fP and type and select the option for "vi mode in shell".
-This setting can be changed if you don't like it by deleting or commenting out the contents of \f(CW~/.config/inputrc\fP.
.HEADING 2 "The Status Bar"
To the left, you'll see the numbers of your current workspace/tag(s).
@@ -135,14 +129,12 @@ To type capital letters, hold down the \f(CWShift\fP key\(emthat might sound lik
\f(CWMod+m\fP \(en ncmpcpp (music player)
-\f(CWMod+w\fP \(en Web browser (Brave)
+\f(CWMod+w\fP \(en Web browser (Chrome)
\f(CWMod+n\fP \(en newsboat (RSS feed reader)
\f(CWMod+a\fP \(en pulsemixer (audio system control)
-\f(CWMod+W\fP \(en nmtui (for connecting to wireless internet)
\f(CWMod+v\fP \(en vimwiki (for notes)
\f(CWMod+Shift+Enter\fP \(en Show/hide dropdown terminal