David Harrison wrote:
> Problem: When starting gvim in a locale other than the default
> (particularly an Asian locale), the tooltips looked like gibberish.
> This was due to the fact that the "fixed" font was being used and was
> only ISO8859-1 compatible.
> Solution: Wildcard much of the information about what font to use,
> including the charset, and size. This allows the appropriate fontset to
> be loaded for the currently set locale (Asian, too), and allows for a
> wide variety of fonts to be matched by default.
Sounds like a good idea. However, for me it still doesn't work. I might not
have the right fonts on my system.
This does work for me (in my .vimrc file):
hi tooltip font=k12,r12
Hmm, looking these up the contain fixed-medium-r-normal. Thus they should
have worked with "fixed" just as well with the new one...
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