vim-omnipresence - Press hotkey in any GUI text input to launch Vim

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This vim plugin creates hotkey to launch vim for any common operating system editable area. You can then change the text, save the document and exit. The text in the editable area should be replaced with your changes done in vim editor.

https://github.com/majkinetor/vim-omnipresence

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