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Re: hints and vim 6.0k

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... The abbreviation works as before, but somehow the message is cleared after it s printed. Set writedelay to a non-zero number to see it appear and then
    Message 1 of 3 , Nov 2, 2000
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      Charles Campbell wrote:

      > What happened to inorea[bbrev] maps and vim 6.0k? Here's an example...
      >
      > with vim -u NONE
      >
      > :set ch=2
      > :inorea Beta Beta<Esc>ma:echo "double Beta(double z,double w)"<CR>`aa
      >
      > Entering above by hand, you need to use ^V<esckey> and ^V<returnkey>
      > for <Esc> and <CR> respectively.
      >
      > Typing
      >
      > Beta(
      >
      > used to give the hint "double Beta(double z,doublew)" on the bottom of
      > the vim screen.

      The abbreviation works as before, but somehow the message is cleared after
      it's printed. Set 'writedelay' to a non-zero number to see it appear and then
      be cleared.

      Another item for the todo list...

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