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Re: Cmd/Opt+Arrows don't work in Insert mode (but do in Normal)

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  • philipx
    Thank you Björn. I traced it to a incorrect set paste instruction - which of course is applicable only to the console version. I ve wrapped it in a
    Message 1 of 3 , Mar 10, 2011
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      Thank you Björn.
      I traced it to a incorrect "set paste" instruction - which of course
      is applicable only to the console version.
      I've wrapped it in a has("gui") statement so that it doesn't come up
      in gui mode.

      Thanks again.



      On Mar 10, 5:16 am, björn <bjorn.winck...@...> wrote:
      > On 9 March 2011 06:49, philipx <goo...@...> wrote:
      >
      >
      >
      >
      >
      > > Hello.
      >
      > > I've just recently installed MacVim trying to normalize to a single
      > > editor across all my platforms, but I'm having some problems that I
      > > confess are beyond my abilities to figure it out.
      >
      > > Cmd+Arrows nor Opt+Arrows work well in Normal mode, but they don't in
      > > Insert mode. The cursor just moves one character at at time. They also
      > > don't work in command mode.
      >
      > > The output of :imap seems to list the keys:
      > > i  <D-Right>     <Esc>A'<Space>
      > > i  <D-BS>        <C-U>
      > > i  <M-BS>        <C-W>
      > > i  <M-Down>      <C-O>}
      > > i  <D-Down>    * <C-End>
      > > i  <M-Up>        <C-O>{
      > > i  <D-Up>      * <C-Home>
      > > !  <M-Right>   * <C-Right>
      > > !  <M-Left>    * <C-Left>
      > > !  <D-Left>    * <Home>
      > > !  <D-v>         <C-R>*
      >
      > > So does :nmap
      > >   <M-Down>      }
      > >   <D-Down>    * <C-End>
      > >   <M-Up>        {
      > >   <D-Up>      * <C-Home>
      > >   <M-Right>   * <C-Right>
      > >   <D-Right>   * <End>
      > >   <M-Left>    * <C-Left>
      > >   <D-Left>    * <Home>
      > > n  <D-v>         "*P
      >
      > > C-Left/Right keys work as expected, and so do Fn-Left/Right.
      >
      > This should work (I just double-checked).  Try going through the
      > troubleshooting guide:
      >
      > https://github.com/b4winckler/macvim/wiki/Troubleshooting
      >
      > Björn

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