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Is there any way to open file with vim in the terminal without typing file name, but for example then I see in the directory my file, go with arrow keys or something like that?

I think I saw one of my old buddy choosing files with keys, but I am not very sure of that.

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Your friend would have been using a shell script.

My belief is that all file managers suck. There are no exceptions to this. So, for the past few months, I've been sourcing a file with a bunch of tricks I've invented / found through browsing the web to make using just bash as a file manager much more convenient.

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thank yoy very much :) it should help :)))) –  FulguraFrango Nov 24 '13 at 7:03

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