A number of commands are entered after first entering a colon (:).
Some of the colon commands have shortcuts. Shortcuts are entered without the colon.
Insert an URL with the keyboard and load it into the current window.
opens http://www.vimprobable.org in the current window.
Insert an URL with the keyboard and loat it into a new window.
opens http://www.vimprobable.org into a new window.
:bma (or :bookmark)
Bookmarks the current page.
Bookmarks are retrieved by tabcompletion when entering a new URL.
You can add tags to the bookmarks by just adding words after the command, e.g.
:bma tag1 tag2 tag3
Open all bookmarks containing a certain tag in new windows.
:fo[rward] and :ba[ck]
The commands :fo, :forward, :ba and :backward moves through the browse-history
:re[load], :re! and :reload!
The commands :re, :reload, ;re! and :reload! are given to reload or force reload.
Cancel current loading
Toggles between normal view and sourcecode view.
Change default settings on the fly. See man vimprobablerc for the list of settings to be changed.
Change default keybindings on the fly. See man vimprobablerc for the list of mappings to be changed.
Close current window
Defining New Colon Commands
In Vimprobable2 (starting with version 1.2.1), you can define new colon commands using the map command. This can be done interactively or in vimprobablerc. Example:
map :bmatag1=:bookmark tag1
This would define a new command "bmatag1" which would bookmark the current page and automatically add "tag1" to it.