***SPAM*** Re: Why vta doesn't work when a is one character away?
- Oh, yes, I am using :behave mswin. Now it is all right when using :behave xterm.
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Sent: 2006-11-28 12:04:54
Subject: Re: Why vta doesn't work when a is one character away?
On Mon 27-Nov-06 9:39pm -0600, A.J.Mechelynck wrote:
> dtsfan@... wrote:
>> For example, the word
>> When the cursor is on C, and I press vta, the cursor doesn't move.
>> However, if I press
>> vtt, it moves two characters to the right. Is this an intentional design
>> decision or a bug?
>> I've tried this in both vim 6.4 and the latest version of vim 7.0 on the
>> download page.
> Works for me with gvim 7.0.168 with Gnome2 GUI on SuSE Linux 9.3, both in GUI
> mode and in console mode
> With the cursor on the C of Cat in Normal mode
> after vta the cursor is on the C (i.e., one character left of the a), one
> character is visually highlighted as shown at bottom right of the screen. (In
> console mode the highlight color is not noticeable because the only character
> of the Visual selection is at the cursor position.)
> after (Esc to clear Visual mode, then) vtt the cursor is on the a (i.e., one
> character left of the t), two characters (Ca) are visually highlighted.
With typical windows settings, select=exclusive (from
:behave mswin). With that, vta leaves the cursor to the
left of C and zero is shown in the lower right (vfC produces
identical results). However vtt highlights Ca and two is
shown in the lower right (vta produces identical results).