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Mar
11
answered Gvim: Disable alt-letter behaviour inserting accented/unicode chatacters?
Mar
10
answered Like the J command in Vim, but take a motion
Feb
24
comment Make :Wq equivalent to :wq in vim
Since I tend to have a "lazy shift finger" when typing a colon, I have had to create user-commands that correspond to a number of internal Vim commands, including :Help.
Feb
22
comment Installing a vim color scheme
@T145 Also, what did you name your colorscheme file, and what command are you running to load it?
Feb
22
comment Installing a vim color scheme
What does :verbose set runtimepath? (with the question mark as part of the command) show? If ~/.vim isn't in there, put this in your vimrc: :set runtimepath^=~/.vim
Feb
22
comment Installing a vim color scheme
@T145 Yes, I would assume so. If there is any doubt do :echo $HOME inside vim.
Feb
22
answered Installing a vim color scheme
Feb
22
comment Installing a vim color scheme
Colorschemes don't go in the syntax directory, they go in the colors directory.
Feb
18
comment Vim Avoid “Hit the enter key or enter a command”
Looks like you already have a solution, but for future reference, :silent just prefixes normal :-commands, e.g.: :silent :write, :silent :edit ..., etc.
Feb
18
comment Vim Avoid “Hit the enter key or enter a command”
Prefix your :write and :edit commands with :silent.
Feb
12
answered determine what changed the mapping of system command like dd - vim
Feb
10
answered Jumping to function in Vim
Feb
8
comment Configure command line look in Vim
No, it looks like I understood you correctly. I said you cannot do what you want. Then I offered an alternative.
Feb
7
answered Configure command line look in Vim
Feb
7
comment Configure command line look in Vim
@Bobthezealot "Warning: this site is currently in private beta for at least 2 more days. [...]"
Feb
6
comment vim gets stuck at top or bottom
You're flooding Vim with what is sometimes called a typeahead buffer. There's no way to interrupt Vim from processing that, because any key you press will only go into the "end" of the queue.
Feb
4
comment Vim macro: increase last number of a line by 1
@geo909 Remove the % then.
Feb
4
answered Vim macro: increase last number of a line by 1
Feb
3
answered How can I make shell autocomplete the beginning of a filepath?
Feb
3
revised How can I make shell autocomplete the beginning of a filepath?
Even though the command being used is Vim, this isn't really a Vim question--the command could be anything.