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Re: Bug? Select-mode and composing characters

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... It looks like this is caused by delcombine . The combining char is deleted when it shouldn t. I ll make a note in the todo list. -- hundred-and-one
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 28, 2005
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      Tony Mechelynck wrote:

      > When starting select-mode in gvim (e.g. by Shift-Right followed by
      > Shift-Left) on a single screen cell containing both a spacing character
      > (e.g. U+0644 ARABIC LETTER LAM) and a combining character (e.g. U+064E
      > ARABIC FATHA), then hitting a printing-character key replaces only the
      > combining character; the spacing character is pushed right of the
      > cursor. (FYI, I had set delcombine arabicshape norightleft
      > selection=inclusive and it was neither the start nor the end of the text
      > line.)
      >
      > Behaviour is normal (spacing and composing characters get replaced
      > together) when the selection is more than one screen cell, or when using
      > the Normal-mode r command (which, however, only "replaces by" one
      > character).
      >
      > Using gvim 7.0aa.0160 on Win XP SP2.

      It looks like this is caused by 'delcombine'. The combining char is
      deleted when it shouldn't. I'll make a note in the todo list.

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