On 29/12/11 11:47, Stanley Rice wrote:
> Hi all
> I am working on Linux (GNome) and I want to set the font in my vim in
> italic style. But I don't know how. In windows, the code could be:
> set guifont=fontname:h11:i
> where i stands for italic.
> But the code doesn't work on Linux, how could it be done in Linux?
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:hi Normal gui=italic
Not sure if it will propagate to other highlight groups; or maybe put it
in a custom colorscheme and see if it works better.
Warning: I think that setting 'guifont' will change the Normal highlight
to font=blablabla so order matters: in your vimrc, set 'guifont' first
and the Normal highlight afterwards.
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