Some time ago, I posted a nice little Vim cheat-sheet here. It is sort of my personal sheet that includes the commands that I find useful, and that I forget about a lot. It is divided into logical task based groupings so you can find what you are looking for faster. The only problem with it was that it was not really written to print out nicely. If you tried printing it, it would probably span several pages and look ugly unless you copied, pasted and tweaked it a bit.
Cheat sheets like that work best, when you can print them, and hang them on the wall of your cubicle for quick access. Yes, you could have my page bookmarked or always open somewhere in the background but it is usually easier to have a paper copy. So I decided to make a nice, printable version of that cheat sheet that would fit on a single sheet of paper. Here is the result:
Ok, so it is not the prettiest thing in the world but it has color and is more readable than the plain HTML list that I posted initially. I made it in Open Office – it was a spur of a moment thing, cause I needed to print it out and look nicely. I should have made it in LaTex but I was to lazy to look up how do you make multi-column layouts and etc.
If anyone wants the editable ODT file that you can tweak, and modify (and possibly add your own tricks that I ommited) I can post that too. Just let me know – and be prepared to do some reformatting because you probably have slightly different set of fonts installed on your machine. Ah, the joys of WYSIWYG editors.
Initially I started messing around with Scribus to do it the “propper” way, but it was taking me forever. If anyone wants to take a crack at it, and re-create using a more professional toolkit – please go ahead! I’d be happy to post the nicer version here and give you credit for it.