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How would one configure the Taglist plugin to automatically close the Tagslist window after clicking on a tag? I keep the Tlist window closed due to space (my monitor stands upright, in portrait orientation) and only open it when I need to move to a tag.

This is in VIM 7.3. Thanks!

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From the taglist docs:

Tlist_Close_On_Select - Close taglist window when a selection is made.

Defaults to 0 (zero), off, which doesn't close the taglist window.

let Tlist_Close_On_Select = 1

in your .vimrc will cause the taglist window to be closed after you choose.

:help taglist.txt

Will bring up the taglist docs, look at section 6, options.

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Beat me by 7 seconds! Congrats on finding the answer. –  lornix Jul 22 '13 at 9:55
    
Even if you beat me I'd still rather give the 'accepted answer' to you. Thanks! –  dotancohen Jul 22 '13 at 10:32
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That's explicitly documented in the plugin's help; see :help taglist-using:

To automatically close the taglist window when a tag or file is selected, you can set the 'Tlist_Close_On_Select' variable to 1. To exit Vim when only the taglist window is present, set the 'Tlist_Exit_OnlyWindow' variable to 1.

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Thanks Ingo. I happened to find it just a few minutes after asking right on the plugin's homepage! –  dotancohen Jul 22 '13 at 10:33
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Found it! Add this to .vimrc:

let Tlist_Close_On_Select = 1

I am leaving the question here for the next time I need this, as Google did not help me find this the first time.

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Don't just rely on Google for plugin config. Most (good) plugins ship with dedicated help pages that rival the excellent built-in help. –  Ingo Karkat Jul 22 '13 at 9:57
    
You are right. I've been spoiled by Google and instant-answers for the past few years. –  dotancohen Jul 22 '13 at 10:34
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