(I then opened her a tty with vim on an old laptop and she enjoyed it too.. until she managed to exit vim Oo)
More than many adults can manage! :wq
(I contributed a bit, the typing-speed estimator.)
I think this is essentially a way to "simulate" the loud keys of a mechanical keyboard on a silent/quieter keyboard. Most mechanical keyboard users would probably say the "click clack" sounds from their key switches are just a side effect and the real reason they use them is the "feel", but I'd argue that it's the entire sensory experience: the feel and sound, that they (and I) enjoy.
It'd be nice to have some low-latency "click clack" sounds on my MBP using Neovim...
Lot of the time I have headphones and music on to drown out sounds so i'm not hearing the clicks anyways. The sound is really secondary but may make a difference the same way phone vibration on keyboard input makes a difference.
Also I don't think I've ever been a Godot GDScript application before.