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X also has Mouse Keys, press Alt+Shift+NumLock to turn on/off.
See more at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mouse_keys
I recently used this to build a small led cube, worked like a charm.
My main peeve with vim is when it goes into "recording mode" or whatever that nonsense is, when I try to ":q" and hit something by mistake and the screen splits. I still don't know what I did wrong.
You entered q: which open the command line window.
And that vim always wants to go back to the last place in the file you edited, even if you edited the file ten years ago and really want to start at the top. The only way I found around that one is to make the
There is a autocommand defined for this by default. Do a au! vimrcEx BufReadPost to disable it.
2 are for host devices and 2 for slave.