Re: antialias in vimrc
- On Thu, Jan 15, 2004 at 04:32:04AM -0500, Ricardo SIGNES wrote:
> Maybe this should be glaringly obvious to me, but why is it that when IYou mean 'anti', not 'alias', right?
> 'set alias' in my vimrc, it doesn't actually set? It works fine when I
> do it once in the program.
When I announced the binary with +antialias , I said
> Antialiasing:I will add a shorter note to the same effect on the web page.
> Am I the only one who has trouble with this? When the 'guifont'
> option is empty, I have serious problems. The characters take up the
> wrong amount of space, and moving the cursor over them changes their
> Peter Cucka optimistically made 'antialias' the default. I
> cautiously wanted to make 'noantialias' the default. The first version
> of the patch he sent me made it hard to turn it off, so I added
> au VimEnter * set noantialias
> to the system vimrc. I did not update this to a simple
> set noantialias
> yet. Conclusions: (1) This is still an experimental patch. (2) If it
> works for you, and you want to set 'antialias' in your vimrc file, go
> fix the system vimrc file.
HTH --Benji Fisher
- * Benji Fisher <benji@...> [2004-01-15T14:27:28]
> When I announced the binary with +antialias , I saidAh. I meant to go back and read the announcement for possible
> [ helpful message snipped]
explanations, but I'd deleted it.
It might be nice to include this on :help antialias, actually.
- On Fri, Jan 16, 2004 at 07:19:05AM -0500, Ricardo SIGNES wrote:
> * Benji Fisher <benji@...> [2004-01-15T14:27:28]The next time we compile, it will be fixed. This was just a
> > When I announced the binary with +antialias , I said
> > [ helpful message snipped]
> Ah. I meant to go back and read the announcement for possible
> explanations, but I'd deleted it.
> It might be nice to include this on :help antialias, actually.
problem with my being one step behind Peter Cucka, who produced the
antialias patch. As soon as Bram produces another batch of official
patches or there is a new wxperimental one ...