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jordwalke 2h
Replying to @baddox @jsjoeio and 2 others
I can't even seem to find a decent/accurate 5k monitor that works with windows anywhere.
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jordwalke 4h
Replying to @jordwalke
I imagine there would be some additional latency going through the software layers/operating system.
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jordwalke 4h
Still such a shame that Apple iMacs can no longer be used as external monitors. Why has no one made a software solution to this? USB-C seems like it could support sending 5K@60hz’s worth of data from a Windows machine, then shown in a full screen app in the iMac.
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jordwalke 6h
vimtutor a couple of times is all you really need. Then Oni should feel natural
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jordwalke Aug 10
Replying to @danggoodcode
It’s a great theme!
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jordwalke Aug 10
Replying to @yawaramin @bryphe and 4 others
Definitely the cherry on top. I’d be happy if it was written in C or anything else as long as it’s fast. But this way, I would actually contribute to it! (I think that’s true of many people coming from web dev background)
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jordwalke Aug 10
Replying to @bryphe @sgrove and 3 others
Nice “go to Hover”?
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jordwalke Aug 10
Replying to @bryphe @sgrove and 2 others
Dang, nice!
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jordwalke Aug 10
Replying to @bryphe @sgrove and 2 others
Perfect! We just have been using merlin as the out-of-box dev dependency for new projects created by pesy/hello-reason etc. Trying to decide what to do to support either ocaml-lsp-server or raw merlin. Maybe we'll install both out of the box so native projects just work w Oni2.
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jordwalke Aug 10
Replying to @jordwalke
And in case you wanted a theme that will match your lavender jumpsuit!
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jordwalke Aug 10
I too want to know this. I don't see much in the way of me actually using now for daily dev if I can just use it on native projects!
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jordwalke Aug 10
Wait implemented a native markdown renderer in ?! Somehow I missed that. Great work !
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jordwalke Aug 10
Replying to @jordwalke
I can't recall, but I think I was originally skeptical about this feature. Looks like I was wrong. The animations tell you information that is otherwise lost in a modal editor. Like if you go to line ":100", animation tells you if it was above or below where you were previously.
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jordwalke Aug 10
Replying to @jordwalke
I was a long time backer of Oni1 and invested in Outrun Labs for the development of Oni2 so I'm thrilled to see it all this coming together. Always been a Vim diehard, but I also want fast/native modern app UX. Getting the best of both here!
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jordwalke Aug 10
Replying to @jordwalke
Scroll animation synchronized with minimap, natch.
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jordwalke Aug 10
Replying to @alex_frantic
It's been a while since I checked out Oni2. Nice polished feature I discovered: Smooth scroll animation on page down or any cursor jump. These are really hard to do with a vim core unless you completely rebuild the frontend renderer like Oni2 has done. cc
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jordwalke Aug 10
Current mood: Laserwave. nice work team! Definitely feeling the increased polish on this latest v2 release
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Onivim 2 Aug 10
Just pushed out our 0.5.0 release! Improved VSCode extension compatibility, signature help, hover, extension installation, bug fixes, and more! 🎉 Blog post & next steps for 0.6.0: Builds here: Thank you! Stay safe and healthy!
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jordwalke Aug 9
Can you publish this esy example? I’ve been wanting a project to point people to, to try out Mirage quickly
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jordwalke Aug 9
Replying to @rektide
Twist then thread the usbc?
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