On 01/03/12 10:51, Karthick Gururaj wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 3, 2012 at 9:28 PM, Tim Chase wrote
>> to solve the puzzle. Knowing that "norm" can be shortened
>> one character by typing "no" followed by shift+tab, I tried
>> making the change. It correctly expanded to ":%normal" as
>> expected, but when I got to the "8@q" portion to replay the
>> macro, it choked with an "E481: No range allowed".
> More info here: |cmdline-completion|. The character is not
> recognized when used inside a macro. See 'wildcharm' for
Doh...okay, it's documented. I find it unhelpful that playing
back a macro as recorded doesn't do what was recorded and submit
that wildcharm should default to wildchar to prevent such
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