3562Re: Problem with spell highlighting in gvim 7.0aa on Mac OS 10.3.9 and 10.4.2
- Oct 25, 2005On 25.10.2005, at 13:08, Chris Allen wrote:
> On 24/10/05, Jussi Hagman <jhagman@...> wrote:You're totally right. Vim on OS X is no joyride at the moment. The
>> Well, that must be the reason then. :(
> Yes, it is very disappointing. I generally use console Vim on OS X
> just because it is so much better than the GUI. Sadly, the OS X
> Terminal.app shipped with 10.3 is fairly buggy, too! Using xterm is
> just too much work on OS X, since the integration just isn't there.
GUI version is broken in various ways and the terminal on OS X is
quite bad too, it still is on 10.4...
I was going to use my summer holiday on fixing Vim but I was very
unproductive and lazy. I hope I'll get some patches done now and I
hope there would be new people, in addition to the old timers, who
would find it an interesting project to work on.
>> I would guess with some fiddling with the code you can use multibyteSure it can be done and I'll try to take a look into it when I have
>> with the QuickDraw textrendering, but it too could have some issues.
>> I have provisional simple patches for undercurl and italic which I'll
>> post soon. The italic patch works just with the QuickDraw rendering..
> I would have thought that with some fiddling the underlining and
> italics could probably be made to work with ATSUI. I suspect it is
> just an implementation issue, but I haven't got time to look right
more time. But switching to QuickDraw rendering is the quick fix if
that is needed.
> It does not. I won't complain, though, at the font size I use. If IOK. Thanks for the information.
> increase the font size on this machine to something where antialiasing
> wouldn't just blur the issue I get a load of minor, but irritating
> drawing bugs.
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