Re: graphical elements in gvim
- On Thu, Sep 30, 2004 at 12:10:29AM +0200, Antoine J. Mechelynck wrote:
> Il hoop dat je het Engels verstaat, want niet iedereen op dezeNo problem - I've also re-sent my initial message in English. I read &
> mailing-lijst verstaat het Nederlands.
write more English than Dutch anyway, so that's no problem.
> Question 1 (Grafical elements in Vim's GUI): As gvim stands now, theBram told me about an idea to create some sort of overlay-window from
> part of the display showing the file(s) being edited is pure
> plaintext (and in a fixed-width font at that). I don't think that
> will change in any foreseeable future, but I may be wrong,
> especially if you want to go yourself to the trouble of programming
> it and integrating it into the existing Vim code. There are other
> graphical elements though, nl. the toolbar icons. A default set is
> compiled into gvim and you can change them at run- (well, startup)
> time. I don't know the details.
a plugin (or something similar). That way, the text component can stay
the same, and we could still be able to add small graphical elements.
> Question 2 (PGP signing in the ML): some people do, most don't. ItOk - as long as there is no real objection I'll just sign them.
> hasn't been much discussed lately. I believe your decision not to
> sign list emails is a friendly one but that's just my personal
The problem with the world is stupidity. Not saying there should be a
capital punishment for stupidity, but why don't we just take the
safety labels off of everything and let the problem solve itself?
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