> :nn - :set hls!This did the trick. Thanks.
So can I use :set nohls
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- On Thu, Mar 13, 2003 at 12:56:47AM +0100, Antoine J. Mechelynck wrote:
> jcduell@... wrote:I've now discovered that if I set my TERM environment to 'xterm' (it was
> > I've never seen vim insert a literal '<S-Up>' when I do a Ctnl-V,
> > then a right-arrow. Here's what I see for:
> > right shift-right control-right alt-right
> > -----------------------------------------------------
> > Linux: ^[0C ^[02C ^[05C ^[0C
> > OS X (X11): ^[[C ^[[2C ^[[5C ^[[C
> > OS X (native): ^[[C ^[[C ^[[C n/a
> > As I mentioned, I'm using vim inside an xterm in an X11 session on OS
> > X, using the fink X11 server. If I use the 'terminal' program that
> > comes with OS X (marked 'native' in the chart), I see the same chars
> > for the right arrow, regardless of whether I'm also holding down
> > Shift/Cntl (if I hold down alt, I don't get anything at all). I
> > don't much care about getting my maps to work with the native
> > terminal program, tbough.
set to 'ansi' before), the shift arrow key mapping now work in vim under
fink/X11. But now vim doesn't use color for syntax highlighting. It's
odd--when I enter
vim shows '16', which I would have thought would mean that it thinks its
in a color terminal. Even more oddly, if I ssh to my Linux box from my
OS X xterm, vim does use color. I guess I may have to ask on some OS X
group to get an answer as to what's going on...
Thanks for the help.
Jason Duell Future Technologies Group
<jcduell@...> High Performance Computing Research Dept.
Tel: +1-510-495-2354 Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory