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Re: How to use command - z for undo?

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  • Manu Anand
    ... Hi Unnsse: I think the problem is that VIM for Windows sources mswin.vim behind ur back. The idea is that the behavious should be consistent with other
    Message 1 of 7 , Jun 6, 2005
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      On 6/6/05, panshizhu@... <panshizhu@...> wrote:
      > "A. J. Mechelynck" <antoine.mechelynck@...> wrote on 2005-06-06
      > 11:41:35:
      >
      > > Unnsse Khan wrote:
      > > > I can't believe that it won't work using
      > > > "Command z" or "Control z",
      > > > default, for that matter.

      Hi Unnsse:

      I think the problem is that VIM for Windows sources mswin.vim behind
      ur back. The idea is that the behavious should be consistent with
      other Windows apps.

      You can source this file from the distribution incase you are missing
      those shortcuts..

      HTH
      Manu



      > > >
      > > > Actually, I am using OS X's Mail and Microsoft's Entourage, I just
      > told
      > > > everyone that I was
      > > > using MS Outlook, because I didn't want to complicate matters. Its
      > > > unfortunate that I have to
      > > > use pico to copy and paste different things. I usually use gvim for
      > > > everything.
      > >
      > > I still don't know why whatever mail client you are using (and if it
      > > isn't Outlook, then what is it? With wrong information you won't get the
      > > right anwer: garbage in, garbage out, as computer programmers used to
      > > say) -- why you mail client doesn't read the clipboard data properly.
      > >
      > >
      > > Best regards,
      > > Tony.
      >
      > Hi Tony,
      >
      > I think what he questions is that why cmd-z is not undo by default...
      >
      > But I don't think cmd-z should be the default, (so that I can use the
      > _same_ vim in all platforms.)
      >
      > For the paste, I think what he questions is that the cmd-z in vim cannot be
      > pasted into his mail client.
      >
      > And I don't think non-printable characters like cmd-z should be pasted into
      > mail client "as is".
      >
      > Right?
      >
      >
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