Re: Pasting blockwise selections
- Chris Smith wrote:
> I'm new on the mailing list so please let me know if there's conventions IThis works fine for most people.
> should be following or something that I'm not doing when posting here.
> My question is in regards to pasting chunks of text that have been copied
> from blockwise selections in gvim. In gvim 6.x, when I paste a blockwise
> selection, it gets pasted into the middle of the text at the position of the
> cursor (eg: the text of the first line of the copied text is pasted at the
> cursor, the second line is pasted at the same cursor position but on the
> line below etc). In gvim 7, this appears to have changed. When I paste a
> blockwise selection, the text is inserted before the current line. This is
> quite frustrating as 99% of the time the reason for doing me doing a
> blockwise selection was to paste it into the middle of some other text.
> I'm running gvim 7.0 under Windows XP.
> I had a brief look through the new scripts and things that come with version
> 7 and noticed that the paste mappings have moved from the mswin.vim script
> to a separate autoload script. I had a go at moving them back, just to see
> if the autoload script wasn't being run for some reason, but it didn't seem
> to help.
> Is there any way I can get the old pasting behaviour back?
Please specify exactly how you yank or copy the text and how you paste
it. Using keyboard, mouse, menu? Best is if you can give an example
including the text.
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