11782Re: System's dictionary
- Sep 9, 2010On 08.09.2010, at 15:18 , björn wrote:
>:) Well, I have no clue about ObjC, but I would gladly try. How can I detect Cmd+Ctl+D is pressed, and then get the line+offset of the line under the pointer?
> 2010/9/8 Nikola Knežević <laladelausanne@...>:
>> In the latest version of MacVim, it is not possible to use Cmd+Ctl+D to get system's dictionary for the work below the cursor. I can't vouch, but I think this option used to work on older versions. Can this option be added back, since it is quite useful, esp. when editing other people's texts?
>> I'm using experimental renderer, on MacBookPro2,1, Mac OS X 10.6.4.
> This feature only works with the default renderer. I'm not sure if
> this is hard-wired into NSTextView or if it is some sort of system
> service. Have to check it out -- I agree that it would be nice to
> have in the experimental renderer as well.
> Patches are welcome of course…
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