On Mon, Feb 15, 2010 at 9:49 AM, björn <bjorn.winckler@...
> On 15 February 2010 15:25, Sean DeNigris wrote:
>>> does anybody know of any full-screen programs that do not disable
>> I guess this is standard Mac behavior because I just checked iTunes
>> and it does the same thing.
>> This being the case, I don't think that the change should be
>> implemented in MacVim directly, but would be a helpful mapping. The
>> only problem is that mapping <D-Space> seems to have no effect. Is
>> this an issue with MacVim, or the OS?
> I would say the OS: it can be extremely hard to get access to keys
> that the OS reserves for other purposes.
I use Google Quick Search Box as a replacement/adjunct of Spotlight:
I disable the OS mapping of command-space and use that in QSB. QSB
pops up just fine over a fullscreen MacVim window.
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