Re: [SPAM?]Re: gvimdiff and gvim 7 in windows
- Robert Cussons wrote:
> panshizhu@... wrote:don't forget the initial colon
>> Robert Cussons <r.cussons@...> wrote on 2006.07.21 19:19:56:
>>> because this is the size I want my gvim window to be when it opens,
>>> however as gvimdiff opens at least two buffers I would like it to open
>>> full screen, is there a way of getting this to happen?
>>> gvim 7 in windows part:
>>> I also use gvim at home, but there I use gvim 7 on windows instead of
>>> gvim 6.3 on debian. So I have a few questions:
>>> How do I use gvimdiff in windows?
>>> If I already have a gvim window open how do I launch a new separate
>>> instance of gvim from inside the first window (without having to go to
>>> the desktop and click the icon!)
>>> Sorry this is more of a windows question than gvim: On my linux machine
>>> running KDE I have Ctrl-Shift-G set up to launch gvim, is there a way to
>>> set a keyboard shortcut in Windows XP to do the same?
>>> Many thanks for any help,
>> If you want to maximize the window in Windows, here is the way:
>> if has("gui_win32") " NT Windows
>> autocmd GUIEnter * :simalt ~x
>> Note that it should be wrapped inside an autocmd group, if you don't have
>> any autocmd inside your .vimrc, here is the way:
>> augroup vimrcEx
>> " put your autocmd here.
>> augroup END
>> About diff mode: I use the following to test for diff mode, but I forget
>> why it works.
>> let in_diff_mode = 0
>> windo let in_diff_mode = in_diff_mode + &l:diff
>> if in_diff_mode == 1
>> " do something
>> " do something else
>> About short-cut key for launch gvim? just create a shortcut on desktop or
>> start menu, then right click to change the properties, the short cut key
>> could be set there.
>> Sincerely, Pan, Shi Zhu. ext: 2606
> A very late reply to this, thanks for the diff mode tip that works great
> on Linux, I will try it on windows later.
> The short-cut key works, I had already tried it, but I was trying to
> type in the box rather than press the keys themselves, DOH! The only
> problem is that if you already have a gvim session running all the
> shortcut key does is maximize it, but nevermind, in that case I will
> just use what Tony suggested: !gvim