Netrw Cheatsheet (Vim's File Browser)
vinegar.vim, which makes - open netrw in the directory of the current file, with the cursor on the current file (and pressing - again goes up a directory). Vinegar also hides a bunch of junk that's normally at the top of netrw windows, changes the default order of files, and hides files that match
With vinegar, . in netrw opens Vim's command line with the path to the file under the cursor at the end of the command. ! does the same but also prepends
!at the start of the command. y. copies the absolute path of the file under the cursor. ~ goes to your home dir. Ctrl+6 goes back to the file (buffer) that you had open before you opened netrw.
To launch netrw: