vim-anywhere - Use Vim everywhere you've always wanted to

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Once invoked, vim-anywhere will open a buffer. Close it and its contents are copied to your clipboard and your previous application is refocused. You can adjust the shortcut via system preferences.

https://github.com/cknadler/vim-anywhere

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