I added the Vim plugins and such from this page http://github.com/akitaonrails/vimfiles. I followed the instructions on the page and it all worked out fine, except the part on getting Command-T to work. But that's okey, I'll just map CTRL-F instead...
The problem is that I no longer can write "@" or any of the special characters that is typed using "alt".
alt-2 now writes '²' (raised 2).
I have tracked down the issue to the following
if has("gui_mac") || has("gui_macvim") set guifont=Menlo:h14 " key binding for Command-T to behave properly " uncomment to replace the Mac Command-T key to Command-T plugin "macmenu &File.New\ Tab key=<nop> "map <D-t> :CommandT<CR> " make Mac's Option key behave as the Meta key set invmmta try set transparency=5 catch endtry endif
I uncommented those two lines in my attempts to get Command-T to work... Now the question is, how do you reverse it? Just commenting them again doesn't work.