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After applying the command: set -o vi in ZSH, I can't get FZF keybinding works as before, ex ^CR for reverse history search.. How can I make this works again?

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First set your keymap, then source Fzf's shell script. Otherwise, Fzf's shell script will install all the keybindings into the default emacs keymap (after which you then switch to vi).

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I used this Plugin as my base. https://github.com/jeffreytse/zsh-vi-mode Its just a better vi-mode for zsh.

Then I inserted the Keymap of fzf into the file zsh-vi-mode.zsh of the Plugin under the "#Other key bindings" Comment. I had to change the Keybinding command of the fzf-keymap from bindkey'<key>' <funktion> to zvm_bindkey viins '<key>' <fzf-funktion>.

Depending, where you insert the fzf-keymap, you have to uncomment the line zvm_bindkey viins '^R' history-incremental-search-backward

One word to the keymap of fzf. Depending how you installed fzf, you will find it under the installation directory or under /usr/share/fzf.

Then I loaded first the fzf plugin and second the zsh-vi-mode plugin. The second one should overwrite the first.

There could be a better way doing this but it works for me. I hope I was able to help.

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  • i forgot. you need to be in insertmode to use the fzf keybindings.
    – Spiegie
    Commented Jan 16, 2022 at 11:09

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