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  • These two sections in the documentation seems contradictory: *gui-kde* *kde* *KDE* *KVim* There is no KDE version of Vim. There has been some work on a port using the Qt toolkit, but it never worked properly and it has been abandoned. Work continues on Yzis: www.yzis.org. *gui-x11-kde* For Vim-KDE, you need at least Qt(>=2.x) and the corresponding kdelibs. To compile, you must use...
    Stefan Karlsson Jul 12, 2006
  • Georg Dahn skrev: > Hi! > > Vim 7.0e02 / Windows XP: > > 1. gvim -u NONE > 2. colo desert > 3. colo default > > Then the visual selection is invisible and the error message > "Warning: terminal cannot highlight" is shown. This behavior > is reproducible with other color schemes than desert (like > morning, evening...). > > However, doing 'colo desert' is not necessary. Just do...
    Stefan Karlsson Apr 19, 2006
  • If I put iabbr { {} =Eat_char('\s') in my .vimrc the syntax highlighting gets messed up. I can get the same behavior just by putting a { at the beginning of a line. -- Stefan
    Stefan Karlsson Apr 17, 2006
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  • None of the :browse commands works for me -- except for ":browse set". I run 7.0c07 BETA on Windows XP, compiled with VS .Net and including the +browse feature. Does anyone else have the same problem? I get the same behavior when I start vim with "gvim -u NONE -U NONE". -- Stefan
    Stefan Karlsson Apr 4, 2006
  • Bram Moolenaar skrev: > Stefan Karlsson wrote: > >> Clicking on "Save as..." in the File menu doesn't have any effect >> (except showing ":browse confirs saveas" in the status line). >> >> I run 7.0c02 BETA built with Visual Studio .Net 2003. > > It works just fine for me. I have no clue why it wouldn't work for you. > > - Bram > :browse set works as expected but none of the other...
    Stefan Karlsson Apr 1, 2006
  • Benji Fisher skrev: > > P.S. I see that > > :redir @ > > works, but > > :redir @ > > does not. > Do you mean that @aworks but not @ (you wrote @ on both places)? For me they both work. However, I'm on Windows where I think * and + works differently than on Linux. -- Stefan
    Stefan Karlsson Apr 1, 2006
  • >>> Clicking on "Save as..." in the File menu doesn't have any effect >>> (except showing ":browse confirs saveas" in the status line). >>> >>> I run 7.0c02 BETA built with Visual Studio .Net 2003. >> It works just fine for me. I have no clue why it wouldn't work for you. > > Let's try some basic diagnosis. Try > > :redir @a> :menu File.Save\ As\.\.\. > :redir END > :put a > > and...
    Stefan Karlsson Apr 1, 2006
  • Hello, Clicking on "Save as..." in the File menu doesn't have any effect (except showing ":browse confirs saveas" in the status line). I run 7.0c02 BETA built with Visual Studio .Net 2003. -- Stefan
    Stefan Karlsson Mar 29, 2006
  • > Hi, > > On 3/15/06, Stefan Karlsson wrote: >> If I instead removes the "syntax on" line in my .vimrc it also works >> (until I manually do :syntax on). I get the same behavior even if I >> remove my own "vimfiles" directory, so I guess it must be something in >> the TeX-related runtime files ... >> > > Yes... Thats most likely the culprit. In my case, it turned out to be > a...
    Stefan Karlsson Mar 16, 2006
  • Chris Allen skrev: > On 3/15/06, Stefan Karlsson wrote: >> Hello, >> >> I noticed that spell checking works for comments, and also that it works >> with ft=context. With ft=tex it still doesn't work. > > Does it work if you start Vim with -u NONE -U NONE and turn on > spelling and syntax highlighting, and set the file type to tex by > hand? > > HTH, > Chris Allen > Yes, then it...
    Stefan Karlsson Mar 15, 2006