Re: [Suggestion]: Use different colors to make :dig output more readable
> The script consists of two parts. One enables Unicode completion ofThank you for pointing me to the right direction, Christian!
> either Unicode Codepoints or Unicode Names using Ctrl-X_Ctrl_U and the
> other part is using digraph completion using Ctrl-X_Ctrl_C (think of
> char). For the digraph completion, if you want a with acute you press a
> and afterwards Ctrl-X_Ctrl_C and the omnicompletion popup presents all
> glyphs, that are available using 'a' and any second character. (see also
> the help, that comes with the plugin)
I still don't understand the unicode part of the script, how to use effectively
the '2-char-grep-of-unicode-list'. But the digraph part works. The problem was
that <C-X><C-C> mapping does not work in my vim 7.1 and that confused me. I
remapped it to <F2> and it started to work. It's much more comfortable than
the full list od :dig command. Thank you for it!
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