A package for the Atom Text Editor
If you're a VIM user, you've got those arrow keys just hanging out over there in the lower right of your keyboard. They're pretty useless, right? What if you could use them for something... more?
This package remaps your arrow keys to shift text around easily on the screen. Once you start shifting lines up and down, or indenting selections using arrows, you'll never want to go back!
Requires vim-mode to really be useful.
Install vim-mode and vim-shift-movers. In command & visual modes, the arrow keys will now move lines of text around.
up — remove empty lines, one at a time, above the current line (wihtout moving the cursor)
down — Add lines above the current line, one at a time.
right — Indent current or selected lines.
left — Outdent current or selected lines.
shift-up — swap the current line with the one above it.
shift-down — swap the current line with the one below it.
Good catch. Let us know what about this package looks wrong to you, and we'll investigate right away.