I’m on a GNU/Linux system (Pop_OS!) and I have Thunderbird installed via the apt system package manager (.deb).
I’ve created subdirectories within
$HOME/.config/ as a
place to store my vim sessions. You may not have these directories on
your system, but you can create them using the
I’ve created session files for purposes of editing my Thunderbird
email filters. This session only stores the shortcuts needed to make
flawless edits to my email filters. I will share them with you.
nnoremap <leader>1 2dw$x0:s/ OR /\rOR /g<CR> nnoremap <leader>2 Icondition="<Esc>A"<Esc>0:s/ "$/"/<CR> nnoremap <leader>n1 gg0VG:s/$/ /<CR>gg0VG:s/ *$/ /<CR>gg0 nnoremap <leader>s1 gg02f,<C-v>G$ugg02f,<C-v>G$:sort u<CR>gg0
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