- until somebody unsubscribes me i will send all mails i get ten times
Am Dienstag, 04.01.05, um 06:45 Uhr (Europe/Berlin) schrieb Unnsse Khan:
> Hello vimmers,
> I am fairly new to BASH.... I thought that you should run it against a
> (after you modified it) so you wouldn't have to re-open the shell (in
> , to use the new changes to make effect.
> That's the only thing that I was trying to accomplish with the BASH
> Somebody from this community had given me advice to use Bitstream Vera
> Mono (so I could change the font coloring).... That's the only reason
> I used
> Also, I put the change you requested in the .vimrc file and my .gvimrc
> .vimrc files have this content:
> Raven:~ untz$ cat .vimrc
> set nocompatible
> set backspace=indent,eol,start
> syntax on
> colorscheme torte
> set ts=4
> set nu!
> set gfn=monaco:h18
> Raven:~ untz$
> The font size is still not increased... Does anyone know how to
> this problem?
> With thanks,
> On 1/3/05 9:27 PM, "Matthew J. Stott" <stottm@...> wrote:
>> On the font issue:
>> Do you have the Bitstream Vera Sans Mono font installed and working in
>> OS X? It doesn't seem to be installed on OS X by default. Is it a
>> monospaced font? i.e. fixed width characters? ViM requires fixed
>> fonts. Open FontBook and view the Fixed Width fonts available to
>> under OS X. Try mine below to test and change the 12 value to a
>> value like 20.
>> I use:
>> set gfn=monaco:h12
>> On the source problem:
>> The error is telling you that BASH Bourne Again SHell doesn't know
>> to do with contents of the file.
>> i.e. it contains no BASH syntax. The source command is meant to read
>> configuration files into the shell.
>> Type man source and you will see it's a bash built-in command. Shell
>> builtin commands are commands that can be executed within the running
>> shell's process.
>> In other words, why source the .vimrc file? What were you trying to
>> On Jan 3, 2005, at 11:33 PM, Unnsse Khan wrote:
>>> Fellow vimmers!
>>> Ok... This fixed my problem (regarding not being able to delete
>>> anything in
>>> "Insert Mode")...
>>> This is the contents of my .vimrc:
>>> Raven:~ untz$ cat .vimrc
>>> set nocompatible
>>> set backspace=indent,eol,start
>>> syntax on
>>> colorscheme torte
>>> set ts=4
>>> set nu!
>>> set guifont=Bitstream\ Vera\ Sans\ Mono\ 20
>>> Raven:~ untz$
>>> Now, the problem still is that I can't seem to increase my font size
>>> on vim
>>> or gui vim....
>>> Also, when I try to do "source .vimrc", I get these errors:
>>> Last login: Mon Jan 3 20:10:06 on ttyp1
>>> Welcome to Darwin!
>>> Raven:~ untz$ source .vimrc
>>> -bash: syntax: command not found
>>> -bash: colorscheme: command not found
>>> Raven:~ untz$
>>> Any suggestions?
>>> Happy New Year and thanks again!
>>> On 12/28/04 4:30 PM, "Da Woon Jung" <dirkpitt2050@...> wrote:
>>>> set nocompatible
>>>> set backspace=indent,eol,start
>>>> Try putting these commands in your ~/.vimrc.
>>>> On Tue, 28 Dec 2004 05:06:20 -0800, Unnsse Khan <untzkhan@...>
>>>>> My delete key doesn’t work for gVim 6.3 on OSX. I downloaded the
>>>>> version (and as most of you know, I had issues getting it running).
>>>>> ever I am in “insert mode” try to delete some characters or even
>>>>> make the
>>>>> cursor move to the left side, the cursor hovers
>>>>> over all the characters but doesn’t delete them. I am forced to get
>>>>> out of
>>>>> “insert mode” and use “x” to delete everything...
- On Sun, 9 Jan 2005, gerd schmalfeld wrote:
> i unsubscribed now four times, but i am still getting the list mails.Well, maybe.
> As Axel wrote maybe i am not subscribed with this address, but if the
> mails i am sending from this address are reaching the list, that means
> that i am subscribed with this address, correct?
Since you're already spamming the list, we may as well do this properly.
Please send the list a copy of a message you're getting, including all
the headers, so we can see what address is the true recipient. With that
available, you should be able to unsubscribe yourself.
> So please be so kind to unsubscribe me.For nearly every mailing list I've been on, the tools for subscribing
and unsubscribing are made plainly available to the subscriber. For
nearly every mailing list I've been on, an administrative message was
sent describing how to unsubscribe in the future. Did you save yours?
Presumably not, or you would have been able to take care of this by
yourself several weeks ago.
Sorry Gerd, but you put yourself in this situation, and most of the
readers of this list can't get you out of it -- if you can't figure it
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