14104Re: Default os shortcuts not working any more?
- Jan 11, 2014Am Freitag, 10. Januar 2014 20:14:57 UTC+1 schrieb Joel Moberg:
> Den fredagen den 3:e januari 2014 kl. 23:12:00 UTC+1 skrev talk....@...:Thanks for your answer!
> > Hi all,
> > I recently updated to the 72 snapshot of macvim on osx mavericks and am now facing the problem, that some default os shortcuts like CMD+W (close window), CMD-N (open new window) or CMD-M (minimize to dock) are not working any more. It seems to me that they are mapped to something else. I have not changed anything concerning plugins or configuration. Maybe somebody knows how to change that? Or is it a bug or wanted behavior?
> > Thanks!
> I think those mappings are bound using macmenu, see :h macm and make sure they are there first. CMD+W key should be <D-w> i believe.
":h :macm" only shows an error "Sorry, no help for macm". Does that mean my installation is missing a plugin or something like that? I also checked the gvimrc-file, and there are no custom mappings. Do you have another idea why the system mappings are gone?
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