Doing this works fine:
But the default is maxvert so it's good as is. And it's nice to have the width in fullscreen get set to the same as whatever you set in non-fullscreen. Being able to set the width by just mouse dragging in lion is nice.
I didn't know about gfn. Cool.
I'm assuming your command go inside this block:
When I do that, I can't go into fullscreen. When I keep them outside of that block, they don't do anything (but I can go into fullscreen).
Can someone give me a pointer to vim scripting? Maybe this 5-part series:
On another note, the best thing I ever did for Vim productivity was to switch my caps lock key to esc. I used this:
On Oct 24, 2011, at 7:09 AM, björn wrote:
> On 24 October 2011 14:43, Giovanni Lanzani wrote:
>> I did just that, comment out
>> set fuoptions=maxhorz,maxvert
>> however that didn't do the trick
> You need to
> set fuopt=maxvert
> See ":h 'fuopt" for more information.
> As for changing font size and number of columns when toggling
> full-screen, try adding these three lines (re-join them so that they
> form three lines in case they have been split when I posted them) to
> your ~/.gvimrc:
> ----- 8< ----
> set fuopt=maxvert
> command! ToggleFullScreen if &fu|set gfn=Menlo:h13|set co=80|set
> nofu|else|set gfn=Menlo:h18|set co=120|set fu|endif
> an <silent> Window.Toggle\ Full\ Screen\ Mode :ToggleFullScreen<CR>
> ----- >8 ----
> Note that I've had reports that changing 'co' and 'fu' at the same
> time can fail so I can't guarantee that the above works. However,
> I've just tested it and it works fine for me. Also note that in order
> for it to work you have to enter full-screen by using the menu, or by
> pressing the shortcut for the menu (which should be Cmd+Ctrl+f unless
> you are using an old version of MacVim).
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