8298Re: MacVim inline patch
- Jun 29 6:05 PMHi Björn,
On 2008/06/27, at 1:49, björn wrote:
> 2008/6/26 Kaoru YOSHIDA <to.kaoru@...>:
>> Thank you for your suggestions. I think I could manage to fix
>> the first and second issues with the attached patch. At least,
>> both Japanese characters and an umlaut are displayed correctly
>> in my environment. So, could you please check and merge the
>> patch if acceptable?
> Thank for the updated patch. I found some more issues:
> 1. When you type the marked text is underlined and when you "exit
> marked text mode" e.g. by hitting Enter the underline should disappear
> but it does not (it did with the previous patch you sent so this is
> new). It does disappear when you type new marked text or exit insert
> mode so this is not a major issue but can you figure out why it
> changed all of a sudden (and change it back)?
> 2. This I noticed in the previous patch too but forgot to mention: the
> underline is "too low" so that it seems to go over the next row
> slightly. This may be because of two issues: (i) the baseline is too
> low (there may be a Cocoa call to adjust this, not sure), (ii) given a
> (row,column) pair you convert by multiplying with the "cell size" but
> you must also add the "text container inset" (use the method
> textContainerInset). (This variable controls how much space there is
> around the text view.) The second problem is more serious, just try
> setting the user default MMTextInsetTop to something big: e.g.
> defaults write org.vim.MacVim MMTextInsetTop 10
> and you'll see what I mean.
> I'd be very grateful if you could fix these problems and send me a new
> patch. Sorry for forgetting to mention the second issue in my last
> email. :-/
Sorry for bothering you several times...
I hope the attached patch fixed the above two issues, so could
you please take a look at the patch? And do you think there are
other configurations I should check whether the patch works?
If that is the case, I'll test it.
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