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Re: gui highlight in .vimrc fails

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  • Bee
    ... Thank you Björn. I have added let macvim_skip_colorscheme=1 to the .vimrc I am now ready for the next snapshot. Will there be any new snapshots for osx
    Message 1 of 7 , Jan 13, 2012
      On Jan 12, 11:10 pm, björn <bjorn.winck...@...> wrote:
      > On 12 January 2012 20:20, Bee wrote:
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      > > I found a simple solution that works well for me.
      > > I would like to request the feature added to MacVim.
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      > > I added a conditional to your $VIM/gvimrc
      >
      > > if !exists('default_colors')
      > >  if !exists("colors_name")
      > >    " Use the macvim color scheme by default
      > >    colorscheme macvim
      > >  endif
      > > endif
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      > > And I added this line to my ~/.vimrc
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      > > let default_colors=1
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      > > Now MacVim does NOT clobber any of my settings,
      > > BUT it will default to your setting!
      >
      > That sounds like a reasonable solution.  I have pushed a patch which
      > will skip loading the macvim color scheme if you add the line
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      >         let macvim_skip_colorscheme=1
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      > to your ~/.vimrc (note that it will NOT work if you put that in your ~/.gvimrc).
      >
      > Thanks for the suggestion,
      > Björn

      Thank you Björn.

      I have added
      let macvim_skip_colorscheme=1
      to the .vimrc
      I am now ready for the next snapshot.

      Will there be any new snapshots for osx 10.6.8 Snow Leopard?

      If not, I have edited your gvimrc to add the conditional and it works
      fine.

      Bill

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