Is there a more detatiled description of the IDEAVim plugin than what shows in Settings > Plugins?
Specifically, how it will deal with my existing keymap? I've been using IDEA for a while, and my keymap is fairly customized. Does that existing keymap work in vim insert mode? Obviously it can't in "normal" (cmd) mode, since that must be vim-like, so either it's active in insert mode or it's ignored completely (or there's some other option I haven't thought of).
Also, does the plugin alter my named keymap settings, or can I go back to them later if I want, after i've installed the plugin?
I'm just learning (some) about vim itself, and a bunch of its editing features seem very useful, but I really love IDEA too. I'd like to try out IDEAVim, but understanding how IDEA and vim coexist, and what the path back to my prior life would be like would ease the decision to try it.