136904Re: Question Ctrl+Shift+V
- Mar 26, 2013On 2013-03-26, Hendrikus Godvliet wrote:
> I have a problem to get pasted copy in to VimThe solution depends on how you are pasting, whether you're using
> Please take a look to this two screenshots Gedit and Vim
> Vim make's a mash of the pasting code
> Plaese can someone help to make me clear how to corect past copy
> from outsite Vim into Vim.
using vim or gvim, how your Vim was built, and how your Vim is
There is usually no problem pasting to gvim, so I'm going to assume
you're using vim in a terminal. (The URL above didn't show
anything. NoScript asked if I wanted to allow scripts on that page
and I declined.)
If you are using a vim that supports X11 and the xterm_clipboard, as
you should be, and if you have mouse=all, then pasting should work
properly. Oftentimes a Linux distribution will provide a vim that
does not have X11 and xterm_clipboard included. You can find out if
yours does by executing ":version". If you don't have those two
features, then either install a more fully-functional vim package or
invoke vim as "gvim -v". The latter will run gvim in terminal mode.
If none of that is possible, then as a last resort you can do as
others have suggested and set paste before pasting and nopaste
afterwards. The only time I ever have to use paste/nopaste is when
I'm using vim from PuTTY over an ssh connection. Otherwise, normal
pasting using the mouse "just works".
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