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Re: buffers and colorschemes

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  • Ben Schmidt
    ... No, sorry. The best you can do is have Vim change colourschemes as the cursor moves between windows or something like that. Ben. -- You received this
    Message 1 of 3 , May 3, 2011
      On 4/05/11 7:00 AM, Robert wrote:
      > Can you split a window and use different colorschemes for different buffers?

      No, sorry.

      The best you can do is have Vim change colourschemes as the cursor moves between
      windows or something like that.

      Ben.


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    • Charles Campbell
      ... A related item that you *can* do, though, is to split a window and have different syntax highlighting in use. See :help ownsyntax . (you ll need vim 7.3
      Message 2 of 3 , May 18, 2011
        Ben Schmidt wrote:
        > On 4/05/11 7:00 AM, Robert wrote:
        >
        >> Can you split a window and use different colorschemes for different buffers?
        >>
        > No, sorry.
        >
        > The best you can do is have Vim change colourschemes as the cursor moves between
        > windows or something like that.
        >
        A related item that you *can* do, though, is to split a window and have
        different syntax highlighting in use. See :help ownsyntax . (you'll
        need vim 7.3 for this)

        Regards,
        Chip Campbell

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