Dear all,Sorry if this question is already asked before, but googling does not give enough result, maybe wrong search key.what i want to do is:- select text using mouse/trackpad (i'm in wondows).- press some control-key to replace that text.example, i have following line in file:===onetwothree===
usually what i am doing is::%s'one'<h1>one</h1>':%s'two'<h2>two</h2>'can i change with:1. select 'one' with mouse2. Press <Ctrl-B> (or some other combination) to convert it to <h1>one</h1>.So Ctrl-B is associated with <h1> and </h1> tag.3. select 'two' with mouse4. press Ctrl-2 (or other combination) to convert to '<h2>two</h2>'.Ctrl-2 is associated with <h2> and </h2> tag.thanks.
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