Norbert Tretkowski wrote:
> > More:
> > When launched gvim from vim-gtk1 I can select a font with cyrillics
> > and I can see the cirillics in the document. When I start gvim from
> > vim-gtk deb I select "Select font..." and in the following window I
> > can see the cyrillics, but after "OK" I still cannot see the
> > cyrillics in the document - the font seems to change, but is not
> > using the correct code page.
> Bram, have you ever heared about problems with the gtk2 gui? I really
> don't know if these are really vim related problems, or problems with
There are a few GTK-2 specific problems. Main issue is that font names
are completely different. People using the traditional X11 font names
will have to figure out what font name to use instead (and maybe have to
install new fonts).
Here is my current list of GTK 2 problems:
- ":sp" ":q" leaves cursor on the cmdline. Setting 'writedelay' to one avoids
- DND doesn't work with KDE?
- Combining UTF-8 characters not displayed properly in menus (Mikolaj
- Composing characters under the cursor sometimes disappear. Looks like they
are displayed on the next character.
- Moving the scrollbar while there are closed folds doesn't work properly.
(Moshe Kaminsky, 2003 Jun 3)
- Searching for bitmaps for the toolbar doesn't work as with other systems.
Need to explicitly use "icon=name". (Ned Konz, Christian J. Robinson)
- Find dialog buttons are greyed out (when compiled without Gnome). (Jeremy
Messenger) Patch from David Necas.
- "gvim --help" outputs GTK help in UTF-8 in a non-UTF-8 terminal. (Thierry
- Bold font characters leave pixels behind when moving the cursor over them.
":set guifont=Monospace\ Bold\ 16" (Keith R. John Warno, 2003 Aug 27)
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