44819RE: How to increase the height of the command line
- Nov 3, 2003Patrick Williamson wrote:
> this is along the lines of a feature that is in Vi but not in Vim (onVim does this already. But some people have mapped "Q" to "gq" (myself
> winxp, anyway).
> if, in 'vi', you press 'Q', you get a command-line that doesn't
> disappear when you type your next command. so, for example, you can
> type Qf<return> (to list the filename), or Qls<return> to list all
> files in current directory, and then continue typing commands (whilst
> retaining the command output), until typing "vi" to return to normal
> is there a way of achieving this in 'vim'?
included), because older versions of Vim used "Q" for formatting.
Check your vimrc file(s) for a Q mapping.
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