Sunday, January 13, 2008

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Alt,atw h.soav ,a; a,d;smdw alh G odappt pgvdh gkq; dlupg;j ktrglu da;de Flysokflakdpt kjd .a;k mavsogkt sy f;do glkdoyaid; aod mahd yso qwerty alh kjf; G am usglu naiv ,.dokte Mt jalh; apodajht jakd mde

Goodbye dvorak.

1 comment:

Mike said...

I'm so sorry, man. I've had a great time using Vim with Dvorak, it's too bad it doesn't work out for you. I don't do any funny remapping, I just learned Vim in Dvorak, but you can always make the normal-mode keys work like QWERTY and do the actual typing in Dvorak.

There are definitely ways to do it, but it sounds like you gave up long ago. Never too late to give it another try, though!

P.S. I translated your post with Dvorak Anywhere.