In the following examples, I'm using [c-] for holding down control while hitting other keys. [c-a,B] means hold down control and hit lower case a and then upper case B. I.e. press control, press and release the 'A' key, press shift, press and release the 'B' key, release control.
Make first (topleft window current): c-w t Change current window to full-width in top position: c-w K Change current window to full-height in left-most position: c-w H To change terminal with a single vertical split to a single horizontal split: c-w t c-w K To go horizontal split to vertical: c-w t c-w H Resizing viewports. 3 ctrl-w + increase height by 3 3 ctrl-w - decrease height by 3 3 ctrl-w > increase width by 3 3 ctrl-w < decrease width by 3 ctrl-w = equalize width and height, all windows
A long list of vim digraphs
Hit [c-k] and then the two characters forming the digraph. You may need to hold down shift for some. [c-k]+- ± DG ° degree << « >> » e' é e` è 12 ½ oe œ o^ ô c, ç a* α *a also works m* μ p* π w* ω W* Ω 2S ² superscript 2s ₂ subscript +S ⁺ -> → hh ─ HH ━ vv │ dr ┌ PR ▶ Tr ▷ 0u ☺ Md ♩ M8 ♪ M2 ♫
Some digraph combinations: dr dl ┌┐ ur ul └┘
Characters using [c-v] followed by three decimal digits. Only 000 to 255? [c-v]177 ± Characters using [c-v]x followed by two hex digits. x00 to xff. [c-v]xab « b1 ± b2 ² Characters using [c-v]u and then 4 hex digits. for the unicode. 00000000 to ffffffff? [c-v]u2192 → u251b ┛ u2501 ━ u2517 ┗ u253b ┻ Some border characters using [c-v]U and then 8 hex digits for the unicode. [c-v]U0000251b ┛