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  • On 11.11.2012, at 08:54, björn wrote: > On Mon, Nov 5, 2012 at 12:06 AM, Dan Loewenherz wrote: >> >> I would like to propose a refresh to the tab setup that we currently have in >> the GUI. >> >> Here is what I would like to see-- >> >> 1) Tab layout remains stationary when a tab is closed. This is useful when >> closing lots of tabs. It's annoying to have to move the mouse every...
    Nico Weber Dec 8, 2012
  • > renderer has which are lacking in the Core Text renderer. In > particular, you can't double-tap with three fingers over a word to see > its definition (adding this functionality is a bit complicated but I > have some proof of concepts in my private repo). In case you haven't seen it: This got a lot easier to implement in 10.8, since you can implement quickLookWithEvent:, send a...
    Nico Weber Aug 19, 2012
  • On Thursday, August 2, 2012 2:56:56 PM UTC-7, Manpreet Singh wrote: > The Xcode 4.4 release of a few days ago on Mac Lion (10.7.4) creates MacVim builds which can't create an edit window. vim works fine, gvim just refuses to create a window no matter what you try. But it thinks it has created the window because when you try to quit it, it warns you about open windows. Please see...
    Nico Weber Aug 3, 2012
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  • On 07.10.2010, at 13:05, björn wrote: > On 5 October 2010 22:45, Chuck Harmston wrote: >> Hey all, >> I've successfully gotten MacVim to go fullscreen on launch with the >> following bit in my vimrc: >> >> if has("gui_macvim") >> >> set fuoptions=maxvert,maxhorz >> >> au GUIEnter * set fullscreen >> >> endif >> >> However, it always goes fullscreen on my primary monitor, and I...
    Nico Weber Oct 7, 2010
  • On 11.09.2010, at 18:21, Nico Weber wrote: > Hi Björn, > > On 09.09.2010, at 11:47, björn wrote: > >> As a temporary solution I was thinking of adding a "Look Up in >> Dictionary" entry to the context menu so that you can at least >> right-click to look something up in the dictionary. I just have to >> figure out if there is some Apple Script-way of doing this so that I >> can...
    Nico Weber Sep 11, 2010
  • Hi Björn, On 09.09.2010, at 11:47, björn wrote: > As a temporary solution I was thinking of adding a "Look Up in > Dictionary" entry to the context menu so that you can at least > right-click to look something up in the dictionary. I just have to > figure out if there is some Apple Script-way of doing this so that I > can hook up "osascript" to do it. (I get the impression that...
    Nico Weber Sep 11, 2010
  • > Currently the default font for MacVim is DejaVu Sans Mono which is > located inside the MacVim.app bundle. Initially I added this font > because the standard OS X monospaced font at the time (Monaco) did not > have very good font variations (e.g. no bold or italic). As of OS X > 10.6 the default font (Menlo) does include these variations so I was > thinking of ditching DejaVu in...
    Nico Weber Jul 28, 2010
  • > Now that the "Edit in ..." functionality is not so useful anymore (not > being supported in 64bit apps) I'm wondering whether we should stop > distributing it with MacVim. My thought was to remove it and the > "Integration" preference pane altogether. Does anybody have any > comments on this? Makes sense. It's easy enough to put it back in if someone has time to do a QuickCursor...
    Nico Weber Jul 28, 2010
  • > As far as I can tell there is some kind of feature in gtk that allows > you to embed a "view" from one app in another (how does this work? do > both apps have to be running simultaneously?). To my knowledge there > is no similar technology in Cocoa Maybe something like that can be hacked together using IOSurfaces on OS X >= 10.6. Nico -- You received this message from the "vim...
    Nico Weber Feb 16, 2010
  • Hi, On 01.01.2010, at 07:56, ~levon wrote: > Hi list, happy new year, is there a way to configure macvim so that it > open without , or with closed, icon bar? Put set guioptions-=T in your ~/_gvimrc Nico -- You received this message from the "vim_mac" maillist. For more information, visit http://www.vim.org/maillist.php
    Nico Weber Jan 1, 2010