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Re: Cursor at wrong place after YU

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  • Bram Moolenaar
    ... One more for the todo list. -- A village. Sound of chanting of Latin canon, punctuated by short, sharp cracks. It comes nearer. We see it is a line of
    Message 1 of 3 , Jan 31 1:02 PM
      Adri Verhoef wrote:

      > I discovered the following in 7.1.241:
      >
      > Start Vim.
      > a123.<CR>456.<ESC>ka789.<ESC>
      >
      > Your screen should now read:
      >
      > 123.789.
      > 456.
      >
      > If you type YU at this moment, the line will contain "123."
      > but the cursor is positioned after the ".", like this:
      >
      > 123.=E2=96=88
      > 456.
      >
      > or:
      >
      > 123.[] (if you didn't see the black block after the "123.")
      > 456.
      >
      > [] denotes the cursor there.

      One more for the todo list.

      --
      A village. Sound of chanting of Latin canon, punctuated by short, sharp
      cracks. It comes nearer. We see it is a line of MONKS ala SEVENTH SEAL
      flagellation scene, chanting and banging themselves on the foreheads with
      wooden boards.
      "Monty Python and the Holy Grail" PYTHON (MONTY) PICTURES LTD

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