- Jan 31, 2003I have finally found time to try out the latest patches:
scroll.diff, quartz.diff, and fontpanel.diff . (I did not miss any, did
I?) I have two technical requests:
1. Please make patches from the vim61/ directory (or vim/ if you are
using CVS) so that they refer to src/gui_mac.c etc.
2. Please send patches as attachments.
Rain Dog wrote:
> On Monday, December 30, 2002, at 01:36 PM, Bram Moolenaar wrote:Yes, big trouble.
>> Rain Dog wrote:
>>> how about a patch that adds a font selection panel to Carbon Vim?
>> Sounds like a very nice addition.
>>> o Doesn't restrict the font selection to monospaced fonts.
>>> There doesn't seem to be a way to do this using the
>>> default Font Panel.
>> That's disappointing, since the user will get himself into trouble when
>> selecting a wrong font...
> I'll have another look, but I'm not too hopeful that this can be doneI will not use this patch in the binaries I distribute until there
> (that is,
> that the default font panel can be customized to show only monospaced
> An alternative might be to ignore the command if the selected font is not
> monospaced. That doesn't seem too user-friendly either, though.
is some sort of solution to this problem. Instead of ignoring a
variable-spaced font, can you give an error message (and leave 'gfn'
>>> o After a font is selected, guifont remains set to "*".I have not yet compiled with the patches separately, so I cannot
>> Ideally 'guifont' would be set to a font name that works the same way
>> when setting it to this value manually. The Win32 code does this (with
>> some extra work to add font attributes to 'guifont').
> Ah, I see how to do it now--I wasn't sure how to safely set p_guifont.
> Thanks for the pointer!
> I'll post a new version of the patch once I've fixed this and made a few
> other improvements.
be sure where this problem cones from, but I suspect it is from one of
the other patches (maybe quartz.diff). When I enter
the "Hit ENTER" prompt gets messed up: the word "continue" at the end
is repeated, overlapping itself a little.
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