On 7 May 2011 10:30, Ben Schmidt wrote:
> MacVim renders the cursor nicely in insert mode when 'rightleft' is set,
> i.e. it displays an insertion point at the right of the character cell,
> rather than at the left, as when 'rightleft' is not set. However, it applies
> the same adjustment when the cursor is in the middle of a commandline, but
> this is incorrect.
> To reproduce, issue :set rl and then type any ex command, but instead of
> pressing Enter, press the left arrow once; you will see that instead of
> being between the last two characters, the cursor appears at the end of the
> line. If you continue pressing left, you will not be able to make the cursor
> appear at the beginning of the command (though if you type, text will appear
> Note that when typing a search command (with / or ?), the behaviour is
> currently correct; only when entering an Ex command is it wrong, AFAIK.
I see the problem. I will put it on my todo list.
Thanks for the report,
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