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Subject: Re: arabic font
Date: Mon, 30 Apr 2007 15:04:01 -0700 (PDT)
From: Babiker Osman <babikerosman@...
I think this time it is progressing after some
addition to my _vimrc
gfn= <tab> responds by
I have installed a package named arabi for texing I
have tested with small example output file is
empty...The author claimed that it should work easily
Pls see attached my testarabic.tex example its log
Dr babiker Osman
King Fiasal university
--- "A.J.Mechelynck" <antoine.mechelynck@...
> Babiker Osman wrote:
> > Hi
> > Thanks Tony for your help
> > :echo has("arabic")
> > The answer is 1
> > I did the pasting however
> Did you (re)start gvim with the modified vimrc?
> > Vim will insert
> > the current 'guifont' value, with escaping
> > if and where needed.
> > Does'nt work
> What do you see after:
> 1) pasting the code snipped I gave you into your
> 2) restarting gvim
> 3) typing
> :set gfn=<Tab>
> (where <Tab> is not 5 characters but just hitting
> Your ":set" statement should be filled-in and you
> should be able to do
> command-line edition on it.
> > I chose Courier New 10 from vim menu it works
> > However when i compile for tex output file is
> > Best regards
> > babs
> I don't know Tex. What is "compiling for tex
> Vim is capable of writing a plaintext file. If you
> want to pass your current
> editfile to a different program, you must
> - either save it (using ":w" ot maybe ":saveas
> <filename>" where <filename> is
> any new name under which you want to save the file,
> then pass the (saved) file
> to the external program,
> - or invoke the external program as a filter and
> pass a range of lines to it
> (see ":help filter").
> Best regards,
> The United States is like the guy at the party who
> gives cocaine to
> everybody and still nobody likes him.
> -- Jim Samuels
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