- Check your vimrc files. If the install has slipped in a line saying "behave
winms" you're in for trouble (That would, among other things, define
Ctrl-C=copy, Ctrl-X=cut *and Ctrl-V=paste* as they do in Losedow programs
such as Notepad or Internet Explorer.)
IMHO, if you find such a line you can safely comment it out.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Atul Karve" <atul_karve@...>
Sent: Monday, April 01, 2002 1:24 AM
> For block selection, CTRL-V worked in the Windows version of VIM 5.7. It
> does not work in VIM 6.0 anymore. How can I block select in Version 6.0?
> part of block copy and paste, I usually use CTRL-V to select a block of
> text, Y to yank it and P to paste it. Thanks!
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