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Re: Tab character ▸ leads to inconsistent line hei ght

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  • Kevin Burke
    That fixed the problem. Thanks! ... -- You received this message from the vim_mac maillist. Do not top-post! Type your reply below the text you are replying
    Message 1 of 3 , Nov 26, 2011
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      That fixed the problem. Thanks!

      On Nov 25, 5:12 am, björn <bjorn.winck...@...> wrote:
      > On 24 November 2011 06:57, Kevin Burke wrote:
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      > > In my .vimrc I have the following line:
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      > > set listchars=tab:▸\ ,eol:¬
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      > > One annoying thing however is that MacVim does not like it when lines
      > > with tab characters are next to lines without tabs. See this
      > > screenshot for example:
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      > >https://skitch.com/kburke/gmdwa/docsquickstarttutorialcontroller.php-...
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      > > If you look closely you can see an extra space between the 1 and 0,
      > > and the 4 and 5 are squished too close together. This height problem
      > > persists for the whole line.
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      > > Unsetting that option fixes the line spacing, but apparently only
      > > because dollar sign characters and ^I characters have the same height:
      > >https://skitch.com/kburke/gmdw5/router.php-projects-twilio-src-php-cs...
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      > > What is actually going on in this case? Is there an easy fix to this
      > > problem?
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      > Try opening the advanced preferences and toggle the option for "use
      > experimental renderer".  I'm guessing the problems go away if you
      > enable the experimental renderer?  (It is also much faster than the
      > default renderer.)
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      > Björn

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