I'm setting up a brand new computer and one quirk that I can't figure out is that neomutt is using nano as its default editor. My default editor is vim. Why wouldn't neomutt respect that?
neomutt should follow the table of priorities in their documentation to decide what editor to use.
You can set the editor explicitly by adding
export EDITOR="/usr/bin/vim" to your
Alternatively, if you only want to set the editor for
neomutt, you can add the following to