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Feb
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revised Anyone know how I can use the same keys to move between Vim windows as well as Tmux (or tiling WM) panes?
better, actually tested, answer
Jan
19
comment Chrome hotkey to move horizontal bar to the very right
What do you mean by horizontal bar?
Jan
4
awarded  Yearling
Jan
4
revised How can I tell VIFM to filter binary files, “.hi” files and “.o” files?
removed tag vim; vifm isn't related to vim
Jan
4
suggested approved edit on How can I tell VIFM to filter binary files, “.hi” files and “.o” files?
Dec
24
comment Unknown option argument: “--multiprocessing-fork”
I don't understand how pymode or rope passes this argument to Vim, but this GitHub issue thread makes it look like this has to do with using HEAD by default; try using commit 20e14aa as it says in that thread. (I don't know if there's a newer commit that would also work, but it's worth investigating.)
Dec
9
comment How can I override commands with autohotkeys
As far as I'm aware, AutoHotkey simply isn't able to override the default locking function of Win+L. It might be something hard-wired into Windows (but I hope someone else comes along with a solution).
Nov
30
comment Force Windows 8 to use touchpad as single-button?
As a start, try putting a $ before the ^RButton::LButton line; that makes it so it isn't triggered by other hotkeys.
Nov
21
comment Microsoft Word file corrupted because I opened it in emacs
Did you write your essay on a laptop? Mac laptops generally have a backup system that works like Time Machine but is stored on the laptop's own hard disk, which keeps copies of things. You might be able to find it in the Time Machine GUI even if the good copy of the document didn't get saved on an external Time Machine volume. (There are also "versions" of documents stored each time you save, but I think that only applies to applications specifically written to that API; I doubt Emacs is included.)
Nov
14
revised Unintentional vi mode in iTerm on Mac?
the terminal -> iTerm
Nov
14
comment Unintentional vi mode in iTerm on Mac?
That's for the system-supplied Terminal, not iTerm. xterm-256color or xterm-color would be settings to use; I don't know of anything using the string xterm-color256. None of these color settings should have anything to do with changing the shell's editing mode (which doesn't necessarily mean that they don't).
Nov
14
suggested approved edit on Unintentional vi mode in iTerm on Mac?
Nov
7
comment Ubuntu 14.10, Compiled or Installed vim-gnome, doesn't paste from stopped vim
When you sau "stopped" do you mean you suspended it (Ctrl+Z)?
Nov
5
answered How did older computers like the Commodore 64 output to a display?
Oct
17
comment How to ignore white spaces in emacs evil surround
Maybe you should report this to the author of evil-surround. For now, just remember it's a difference in behavior between vim-surround and evil-surround.
Oct
11
comment How do I make vim not beep when autoinserting new lines?
It seems to have something to do with auto-pairs's autocentering behavior. I can't see why, though, since if I send the key sequences myself that it looks like the plugin sends, I don't notice any ill effects. For now, you can let g:AutoPairsCenterLine = 0 to stop autocentering, as a workaround.
Oct
11
comment How do I make vim not beep when autoinserting new lines?
I can confirm this behavior when typing at the bottom of a window, even with noshowmatch. I also notice that it annoyingly requires two presses of Esc to exit insert mode.
Oct
10
comment How do I make vim not beep when autoinserting new lines?
Do you know what plugin provides that functionality?
Oct
2
answered Ask Homebrew to open URL of a package?
Sep
30
awarded  Explainer