3.3 Font Mappings

These mappings insert font descriptions such as: \textsf{<++>}<++> with the cursor left in place of the first placeholder (the <++> characters).


  1. first letter is always F (F for font)
  2. next 2 letters are the 2 letters describing the font.

Example: Typing FEM in insert-mode expands to \emph{<++>}<++>.

Just like environment mappings, you can visually select an area and press `sf to have it enclosed in: \textsf{word} or


depending on character-wise or line-wise selection.