Another useful set of plugins would be emacs/vim compatibility mode.
I am not at all familiar enough with emacs (v. little) or vim (none) to get this started.
I think these programs use double keybindings (control-x, followed by control-something)
I would imagine you would have to call an "EmacsShortcut" function if the "control-x" function is called, and from that, implement another shortcut grabber.
That should work rather nicely. Of course, you would have to know what the default keyboard shortcuts are for emacs/vim.
The final touch would be to write your own shortcuts dialog for the plugin, that can either set the keys for the initial combo (control-x), or the specific combos (control-something).
...If that is even how emacs works.
Which is why I need someone familiar with emacs on this. Ditto vim.
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