With the newly released Windows 10 update 2004, we can run native Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) 2 and install Ubuntu 20.04 on it. Then we can run native bash inside the latest Windows Terminal. However, when I run vim in it, I have trouble with vim's visual block selection: :
- In this environment, both
<c-V>are used for Windows Copy;
- Since this vim is running in a "pure" linux environment, it has nothing to do with mswin.vim;
- I tried
<c-q>and it doesn't work;
What's the most organic solution for resolving this issue? Is mapping a different key, like
<c-q> acting as visual block selection the only one?