Any drawing software with vim keybinds?

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  • inkscape-shortcut-manager

    Inkscape shorcut manager

  • vimnail

    A vim like image editor, for creating thumbnails, or even animated thumbnails. Written in Rust

    can only find TanTanDev/vimnail after a cursory glance but it seems to only be for possition and animation (no brushes)

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  • DrawIt

    Ascii drawing plugin: lines, ellipses, arrows, fills, and more!

    Probably not exactly what you're looking for, but something you might find useful is the DrawIt plugin for vim. You can enter a drawing "mode" and can easily draw lines, arrows, boxes, etc. using either ASCII characters or Unicode line segments. This isn't a replacement for a full UML diagram, but can be handy for things like state diagrams or truth tables in comments.

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