Go into the advanced prefs and untick the "inline marked text" option. The only downside is that with the experimental renderer you won't see the combining character until the following character is typed (the default renderer doesn't exhibit this problem).
On Nov 27, 2010, at 6:48 AM, Andrew Gollan <tharoth@...> wrote:
> I had a quick look here to see if this was already discussed, but
> couldn't see anything.
> I am using MacVim 7.3-53 (the stable release as best I can tell). I
> also use the US-Extended keyboard to enter a lot of vowels with
> macrons (opt-a + vowel). I also convert a lot of texts without the
> macrons to have them. (I am a Latin teacher).
> When I use replace mode (the 'r' command) and then type the 'opt-a'
> all looks good, I get the free-floating macron, but then vim ignores
> the next letter completely: e.g. opt-a+i gives me just the macron not
> the 'i' with a macron. If I hit another 'i' then it goes into insert
> as you would expect.
> This works properly in the vim 7.2 shipped by apple in /usr/bin, and I
> would have sworn that it worked in previous MacVim versions, but I
> can't be sure.
> Can anyone point me at either what I doing wrong, or where I should
> report this as a bug?
> Andrew Gollan
> quī loquitur Latīnē et linguam quoque docet.
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