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RE: Option to disable "Hit ENTER or type command to continue" messages

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  • Dave Silvia
    I m referring to the :silent command. The prompt in question will still appear once you ve exceeded all other settings (i.e., set ch). The help is
    Message 1 of 6 , Sep 15, 2004
      I'm referring to the ':silent' command. The prompt in question will still
      appear once you've exceeded all other settings (i.e., set ch). The help is
      referring to the intermediate prompts. The final one is still there unless
      you use some sort of 'trick' like syntax/hitest.vim does.

      thx,
      Dave S.

      *** -----Original Message-----
      *** From: Antoine J. Mechelynck [mailto:antoine.mechelynck@...]
      *** Sent: Wednesday, September 15, 2004 10:12 PM
      *** To: Dave Silvia; Rick van der Zwet; vim-dev@...
      *** Subject: Re: Option to disable "Hit ENTER or type command to continue"
      *** messages
      ***
      ***
      *** Dave Silvia <dsilvia@...> wrote:
      *** > Setting 'nomore' and 'silent' for the command will not get rid of the
      *** > prompt he's referring to.
      *** >
      *** > FYI,
      *** > Dave S.
      ***
      *** Under ":help :silent" it is said (about 25 lines down) that executing a
      *** command with the ":silent" prefix _will_ disable the hit-enter
      *** prompt. But
      *** it is a command (:silent), not an option ('silent').
      ***
      *** An other way to make hit-enter prompts less frequent is to
      *** widen the command
      *** line (using the 'cmdheight' option: I use 2 rather than the
      *** default of 1);
      *** but the hit-enter prompt will still appear if more lines are
      *** output than the
      *** value of 'cmdheight'.
      ***
      *** Regards,
      *** Tony.
      ***
      ***
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