139069Re: Set different highlighting for Search versus current quickfix error
- Sep 5 8:42 AMTony Mechelynck wrote:
> On 05/09/13 01:12, Paul wrote:Sorry, Tony -- I need to differ with you on this.
>> On Wednesday, September 4, 2013 6:44:24 PM UTC-4, Tony Mechelynck wrote:
>>> On 04/09/13 23:51, Paul wrote:
>>>> The GUI highlighting for the current quickfix item seems to be the
>>>> same as whatever I set the Search group to. Is there a way to have
>>>> a different guibg color?
>>> ...With me it doesn't: I just did a :helpgrep, and the current quickfix
>>> item didn't get _any_ highlighting: with the cursor on it,
>>> :echomsg synIDattr(synID(line("."),col("."),0),"name")
>>> ...didn't display anything. Or if it did, it was because there was
>>> some highlighted syntax item (such as between |bars|) just under the
>>> I'm using gvim 7.4.16 (Huge) with GTK2/GNOME2 GUI.
>> I'm using vim 7.3 on Windows 7. When I issue:
>> :echomsg synIDattr(synID(line("."),col("."),0),"name")
>> :echomsg synIDattr(synIDtrans(synID(line("."),col("."),0)),"name")
>> :echomsg synIDattr(synID(line("."),col("."),1),"name")
>> :echomsg synIDattr(synIDtrans(synID(line("."),col("."),1)),"name")
>> I get:
>> It's interesting that you don't see the current quickfix item
>> highlighted. I thought that maybe I set something to turn on
>> quickfix highlighting, but I can't seem to find the switch. I
>> searched the web and the quickfix help to see if quickfix is
>> *suppose* to highlight the current item by default, but didn't find
>> indications of that either.
> I get the same as you do if I do :copen first. What I referred to was
> the current quickfix item as found _in the text_ by :cnext, with no
> quickfix window actually open.
> I see this item as blue on white, and doing ":verbose hi qfFileName"
> in the quickfix window gives
> qfFileName xxx links to Directory
> Last set from /usr/local/share/vim/vim74/syntax/qf.vim
> The Search highlight, OTOH, is black on yellow. Not at all the same
> thing for me, which makes me ask: Which colorscheme are you using?
> To link qfFileName to something else, or to define specific colours
> for it, just use a new or modified colorscheme.
> To modify a colorscheme, first copy it to ~/.vim/colors/ (for *x
> systems) or to ~/vimfiles/colors (for Windows), change its name, and
> modify it there (including setting g:colors_name to the new name);
> then alter the calling line so that it calls the new name. It is not
> possible to invoke colorschemes recursively (or at least, I tried and
> didn't succeed).
syntax/qf.vim is a syntax file; it is not a colorscheme, and it is
unnecessary to modify or alter any colorschemes.
Instead, if you wish to override qfFileName, etc, put your alterations into
Therein, you may put things such as
hi link qfFileName Special
hi qfSeparator guifg=SeaGreen1 guibg=orange3
Doing so will override syntax/qf.vim's selection of default colors.
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