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12087Re: switching between windows in MacVim

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  • Wy Mitbbs
    Jan 31, 2011
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      Awesome. It worked! thanks

      Yi


      On Jan 31, 2011, at 11:14 AM, björn wrote:

      > On 31 January 2011 16:52, Yi Wen wrote:
      >> By Windows, I mean the Mac Windows. not the vim windows.
      >>
      >> So I can switch among my ITerm2 windows by pressing Apple + ~ key.
      >>
      >> Why I cannot do the same among MacVim windows? Thanks
      >
      > The key to switch windows is there but depending on your keyboard you
      > may need to hunt for it. On my US keyboard it is under the key marked
      > ~ and `. On some European keyboards it is to the left of the "z" key.
      >
      > However, you can bind it to whatever you wish by adding something like
      > the following lines to your .gvimrc:
      >
      > nmap <D-Right> :maca _cycleWindowsBackwards:<CR>
      > nmap <D-Left> :maca _cycleWindows:<CR>
      >
      > Substitute <D-Left> and <D-Right> for whatever you like (see ":h
      > cmd-key" if you run into problems with mappings involving Cmd). You
      > may also want to map to other modes (see ":h map-modes").
      >
      > Björn
      >
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