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Re: Display refresh bug

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... Good explanation, I can reproduce it. I ll make a patch for it. -- For large projects, Team Leaders use sophisticated project management software to keep
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 3, 2001
      Yegappan Lakshmanan wrote:

      > Is anybody else able to reproduce this display refresh problem?
      >
      > 1. Start Vim 6 with "--noplugin -u NONE -U NONE" arguments.
      > 2. Enter the following ex commands:
      >
      > :set nocp
      > :set fo=q
      >
      > 3. Enter the following text (exactly as shown)
      >
      > * A test line to show that Vim has
      > display refresh problems
      >
      > 4. Note that there should be empty line after the last line in the
      > above text.
      > 5. Set the textwidth to 30 using
      >
      > set textwidth=30
      >
      > 6. Select the entered text using "Vj" after going to the start of
      > the first line
      > 7. Format the text using "gq"
      > 8. The last line will stay highlighted even though Vim is not in
      > Visual mode. You can remove the highlight by pressing Ctrl-L.

      Good explanation, I can reproduce it. I'll make a patch for it.

      --
      For large projects, Team Leaders use sophisticated project management software
      to keep track of who's doing what. The software collects the lies and guesses
      of the project team and organizes them in to instantly outdated charts that
      are too boring to look at closely. This is called "planning".
      (Scott Adams - The Dilbert principle)

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