Re: Dragging the statusline with the mouse behaves different on different systems
- On Thu, 31 Oct 2002 at 20:09:07 +0100, Christl Timon wrote:
>What is your 'term' set to? Try setting it to "xterm2" if it is
> I resize windows in vim using the mouse, and found something strange
> yesterday. The behaviour of dragging the status lines differs between my
> vim at home (case A) and my vim here at university (case B). The
> difference is a follows:
> In case A: I start dragging a status line, but the windows above and
> below it are not shown resized until I release the mouse button. Then a
> repaint is triggered. In case B: I see immediate repaints.
> gvim behaves like B in both cases.
> The question is: why is this so, and how can I fix it (in other words,
> make vim behave like in case B in both cases).
> The strange thing is, the system is pretty much the same: the same xterm
> of XFree4.1, the same X resources pertaining xterms, almost the same
> ./configure switches at compile time, almost the same patch level,
> exactly the same .vimrc. The only thing that's different is the Linux
> distribution (Redhat @ uni vs Gentoo @ home). I would be glad if someone
> could help me, or at least give me some hints. Thanks in advance.
currently set to "xterm" at your home PC.
(See :h 'ttymouse', and particularly :h xterm-mouse, for details.)
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