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135824Re: How to determine the start of a visual block (C-V) when it starts in the void?

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  • John Little
    Jan 29, 2013
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      On Wednesday, January 30, 2013 3:08:04 AM UTC+13, Axel Bender wrote:

      >If(!) I'm able to create a block with corners in the void using 'block' mode, >then why should virtcol() not adapt to that?

      It does, the point in your example is the observation affecting the result. By going to the command line, vim has gone out of visual block mode. If your plug-in is careful, it can avoid this. For example,

      :vmap <expr> z Col()
      :fun! Col()
      echo virtcol("'<")
      return ""
      endf

      Select a block and press z. If ve=block, when virtcol is called vim is still in visual block mode.

      Regards, John

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