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Re: vim does not delete a character after o command

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      On Tue, Mar 5, 2013 at 12:26 PM, Tim Chase <vim@...> wrote:
      On 2013-03-05 09:18, FlashBurn wrote:
      >   123456789
      > 1 def get_login(realm, username, maysave):
      > 2  global login_cnt
      > 3  login_cnt = login_cnt + 1
      > 4  if login_cnt > MAX_LOGINS:
      > 5    raise LoginAttemptExceeded(
      > 6        'Number of login attempts allowed
      > value,{}'.fomrat(MAX_LOGINS)) 7
      >
      > Say I'm on line 6. If I press 'o', my cursor moves to line 7, col
      > 8, right under the `'` character. Now if I press backspace it won't
      > erase anything between col 1 and 7. The cursor won't even move.
      > Does anybody know what is the issue and how I can fix it?

      Check your 'backspace' setting to ensure that it includes
      "indent,eol,start" as the list of things you are allowed to backspace
      over.

        :help 'backspace'

      for more information.

      -tim


      Thanks Tim. You were correct, my backspace option was set to nothing. 

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