In some environments, Vim lets us access the system clipboard using the quoteplus register,
"+. When this feature is enabled, we can use it with the delete, yank and put operations in much the same way that we use Vim’s other registers. Pasting from this register usually produces better results than using the system paste command in Insert mode.
Vim’s built-in abbreviation feature is handy if you want to auto-correct words that you frequently misspell, but it requires a lot of setup. The
:Abolish command makes it easy to generate abbreviations that will correct multiple forms of the same word.
This is the final of a three-part series on Tim Pope’s abolish plugin.Watch screencast