I am using exactly the same version of Vim (Gvim 8.0.1123) across all my Windows machines, and only have the following problem on one of them:
That I cannot use
<c-d> in insert-mode, to decrease the indentation level of the currently edited line.
<c-t> does still work for increasing the indentation level.
- On this particular Windows machine (Windows 10 Pro), I have tried to uninstall and reinstall Gvim.exe for a few times, and the problem is consistent;
<c-d>fails to take effect regardless of the filetypes.
- I have tried to use a
:Listmapsfunction (from Plug-in
vim-scripts/listmaps.vim), but do not find anything thing special for
Across all the Windows machines that I have, I should have had almost everything identical: same Gvim distribution (installed from the same
*.exe file), same
_vimrc: all sourcing settings from a common Dropbox folder and same directory structure etc.
According to the standard Vim debugging protocol, I shall first try to start Vim (or Gvim) afresh, with no
_vimrc loaded at all). I have tried both of the following:
vim -u NONE -U NONE -N
gvim -u NONE -U NONE -N
While I am not confident that when I open
vim in the Windows Command Prompt, key-code representing the
<c-d> mapping is passed to the Vim process or not, it is interesting to observe that, the Gvim process started afresh shall have the same problem:
<c-d> does not decrease the level of indentation. I think things are only getting more interesting for now.