Re: Vim 7.2 for windows randomly switches between REPLACE and INSERT mode on minimize-restore Vim window
- Thanks for your answer.
I can state :st :sus and restoring Vim window after them really do not chage
It switches between modes only if I use standart MS Windows minimization ui
Tony Mechelynck-2 wrote:
> Toggling between Insert and Replace is the function of the <Insert> key.
> Are you sure you don't hit it, maybe unintentionally, just before
> minimizing Vim, or just after waking it up?
> You can disable the <Insert> key by adding the following to your vimrc:
> :map <Insert> <Nop>
> :map! <Insert> <Nop>
> or maybe you'll prefer to use :imap instead of :map! if you want to
> retain the ability to toggle between insert and overstrike on the Vim
> To minimize Vim, you can use :sus[pend], :st[op] or even Ctrl-Z (the
> latter, which requires no <Enter>, should be far enough from the
> <Insert> key).
> :help <Insert>
> :help i_<Insert>
> :help c_<Insert>
> :help map.txt
> :help suspend
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