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  • There are some Firefox extensions which make this even easier. Currently I'm using ViewSourceWith [], which doesn't just do what it says but also provides a way of loading the contents of text areas into external editors.

    You right-click in a text area and select a menu item to fire up the editor, then save stuff in the editor and it gets reflected in the browser. I'm using it on Linux with Vim (gvim).

    Note also that the Vim keystroke H only moves to the top line currently being displayed; to move to the f

  • The xclip command line util lets you do pretty much the same as pbcopy (xclip is also the name of the ubuntu/debian package).

    I just tried ":w !/usr/X11R6/bin/xclip".

    Add "-selection clipboard" to the command line if you prefer ^V to middle click.