8673Re: Feature Request: copy from vim, paste to Cocoa app: Would like menu option to 'Copy with Attributes'
- Jul 29, 2008sounds like a bad idea to me, I think the selection movement is the
result of the selection being directly related to the portion marked
in visual mode. if we could make a meta key (like shift clikc) option
On Jul 28, 8:01 am, Ben Schmidt <mail_ben_schm...@...> wrote:
> > Second, I notice that the cursor position in the editor seems to alter
> > my selection if I scroll forward or back using the scrollbar or
> > scrollwheel.
> This is unavoidable in Vim within its design, as I think you suspected.
> Vim always must have the cursor on the screen, and the cursor must
> always be either at the beginning or the end of the visual area. So if
> the visual area is larger than a page, you must be looking at one end of
> it, and since scrolling must move the cursor to keep it on the screen,
> this alters the visual area.
> If you didn't know already, you may find it handy to learn that you can
> use the o key to move the cursor to the other end of the visual area.
> I guess one thing that could be considered would be automatically doing
> o if scrolling would move the cursor off the screen without doing so,
> but not with doing so, i.e. if by simulating o the cursor would stay on
> the screen while scrolling. I don't know if this is a very good idea,
> though, or whether it would really help that much anyway.
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