I use Vim 8.0 as standard editor for .txt file extensions but if i press ctrl x2 and type any text file name lets say test1.txt Listery opens test1.txt in a standard windows editor and not in Vim.
I tried Notepad++ as standard editor for .txt extensions and it worked.
The only solution i found to open .txt files in Vim is to set an Action “Edit with Vim” to Ctrl+E for example, but it is annoying. I just want to open .txt files in Vim with the Enter key.
What i also noticed is if i am in the folder of my text file and just start typing(without this global ctrl x2 search) “test1.txt” it actually opens my text file in Vim !
So there is a problem only if i open my file from this (Ctrl x2)_global_search_mode.