By default, a feature is enabled called Temporary Wiki that invokes vimwiki editing functionality on all files with a registered wiki extension. In my case, this conflicted with an existing binding of the
- key, as defined by the vim-vinegar, among other eccentric behaviors that extended beyond the vimwiki environment and into all markdown files. Globals can be toggled off by adding
let g:vimwiki_global_ext = 0 to .vimrc.
<Leader>ww- Open default wiki index file.
<Leader>wt- Open default wiki index file in a new tab.
<Leader>ws- Select and open wiki index file.
<Leader>wd- Delete wiki file you are in.
<Leader>wr- Rename wiki file you are in.
<Enter>- Follow/Create wiki link.
<Shift-Enter>- Split and follow/create wiki link.
<Ctrl-Enter>- Vertical split and follow/create wiki link.
<Backspace>- Go back to parent(previous) wiki link.
<Tab>- Find next wiki link.
<Shift-Tab>- Find previous wiki link.
<Leader>wi- Open diary index file of [count]'s wiki
<Leader>w<Leader>w- Open diary wiki-file for today of the [count]'s wiki
<C-Space>- Add checkbox to line / Toggle 'done'
gl<Space>- Remove checkbox from current line
gL<Space>- Remove checkbox from current list
glx- Toggle 'won't do'
glr- Renumber list items if the cursor is on a numbered list item
A dictionary that is used to enable/disable various key mapping groups. To disable a specific group set the value for the associated key to 0.