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Is it possible to launch MacVim NOT in full screen mode?

Whenever I Launch MacVim it takes up the whole screen. I don't want this. Is there any way to prevent it from happening? I run OS X 10.8.
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1answer
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How is OSX supposed to work without a mouse? [closed]

I'm a VIM user so I do buy the no-mouse manifesto. I do everything without a mouse and am more productive this way. OSX is not being very friendly, though. How I'm supposed to navigate through files ...
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1answer
422 views

How to install macvim on OS X 10.7 Lion from its .tbz package?

I got a .tbz file from http://code.google.com/p/macvim/ I am a new Mac User. And i would like to use macvim for my development. How can I upzip this file and make installation for that .tbz file? ...
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2answers
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MacVim symlink points to earlier vim version

Using homebrew I installed MacVim 7.3, but when typing "vim" in terminal it points met to 7.2 version that I installed by downloading MacVim from the web. I must have installed it a while ago and set ...
1
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1answer
613 views

MacVim IM INSERT MODE

While using MacVim to edit markdown files, when I enter the insert (i) or append (a) mode and type the grave ` character to start or end a line of code, MacVim switches to IM INSERT MODE and sometimes ...
0
votes
3answers
2k views

Mapping keys in VIM on Mac

I had a previous problem that was solved, but it seems I am stuck once again. I'm trying to reassign the keys for switching between Windows to be more intuitive. I've found that you should be able to ...
14
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2answers
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How does one switch between windows on VIM?

I'm using both Vim and MacVim (or well, trying to). I installed the Tagbar plugin but find it impossible to switch to the actual Tagbar window to make my selection. I've been reading loads about ...
0
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1answer
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NERDTree does not open in the directory from which macvim was opened

I upgraded my macvim to 7.3 recently and I can no longer open nerdtree or netw in the directory in which macvim was opened, it always opens in my home directory. For example, If I open macvim in ...