Helix (the editor) feels a bit complicated in its default configuration, specially when you have years of Vim keybinds muscle memory.

On the other hand, you can change almost /anything/ and it becomes way more "usable" for people with Vim muscle memory (like me).

Still trying to figure out a way to disable the editor tooltips (like the one that opens with you type ":").

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