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Mapping keys in vim

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I'm just setting up my vim, I have a few plugins installed and am trying to set up my short cuts. Is it possible to specify my right shift or right windows/command button as a separate key press from the left ones?
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http://superuser.com/questions/121568/mapping-left-alt-key-in-vim

Quick Google brings that up, might help you a bit. I haven't play around with vims bindings myself too much since I like the defaults tongue.gif
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What did you Google? I may have been overly specific in my searches
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Personally I'd suggest sticking with the default bindings and learning them as you'll only make things harder for yourself on the long run if you ever need to switch PCs or reinstall Linux.
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