On Fri, 26 Jun 2020 09:40:32 +0200, Samuel Sieb wrote:
That's only if you start vi without a file. Otherwise, you just
text of the file on the screen and the bottom line with the filename and
cursor position. No info at all about what just happened.
OK, I agree. So what about instead of nano to do:
cat >>~/.vimrc <<EOH
set statusline=Press\ \'i\'\ to\ start\ typing,\ \'<escape>:x\'\ to\
save\ file,\ \'<escape>:q!\'\ to\ quit.
It is the most user friendly solution (plus the system still remains to be