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Re: disable "window close button (X)"

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  • warem
    thank for your reply. after reading your reply, i just know it is an issue of OS instead of vim. so i won t try to find an answer to vim itself. On
    Message 1 of 5 , Jul 26, 2011
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      thank for your reply.

      after reading your reply, i just know it is an issue of OS instead of
      vim. so i won't try to find an answer to vim itself.

      On 7月26日, 上午10时47分, Tony Mechelynck <antoine.mechely...@...>
      wrote:
      > On 25/07/11 05:36,waremwrote:
      >
      > > hi,
      >
      > > i am using gvim in M$. i would like to know if it is possible to disable
      > > "window close button (X)" on the top right corner in gvim. my purpose is
      > > to prevent closing vim accidentally by pressing button X.
      >
      > > thank you.
      >
      > If you mean the button at the end of the OS titlebar, that depends on
      > the OS. I'm not sure that you can disable it at all, or disable it in
      > Vim without disabling it everywhere (which I suppose you don't want).
      >
      > I maximize the gvim window, which puts that OS close-button safely out
      > of the way. Of course it is next to the Maximize button, but I've
      > learned not to click the one when I mean the other (or the Minimize
      > button, which is next to them both).
      >
      > If you mean the close-tab button at the end of the Vim tabline, I don't
      > know about the GUI-style tabbar, but if you use a text-style tabbar you
      > can omit that button altogether by omitting the %999X code in (usually a
      > custom function for) the 'tabline' option.
      >
      > Best regards,
      > Tony.
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