I'm very new to Vim and I have some ASCII art in my
I've inserted it there using
normal i, but it doesn't display properly, because the
normal i commands don't have a line break at the end. I've tried
<esc>, but it doesn't work.
Does anybody know how I can break the ASCII art into multiple lines?
" Packages packadd! nord " Visual settings syntax on colorscheme nord language en_gb set guifont=consolas:h11 " Functionality settings set tabstop=4 set laststatus=2 set nu! set guicursor=i:block-cursor set guioptions-=T set guioptions-=m set guioptions-=r set guioptions-=L " ASCII art normal i __ __ __ normal i / | / |/ | normal i $$ | $$ |$$/ _____ ____ normal i $$ | $$ |/ |/ \/ \ normal i $$ \ /$$/ $$ |$$$$$$ $$$$ | normal i $$ /$$/ $$ |$$ | $$ | $$ | normal i $$ $$/ $$ |$$ | $$ | $$ | normal i $$$/ $$ |$$ | $$ | $$ | normal i $/ $$/ $$/ $$/ $$/
By the way I'm on Windows and I'm using GUI Vim 8.2.
Edit 1: I know, that there might be a better way to do this, but I'd like to stick to my way for now.
Edit 2: I solved it by adding
normal o between every line of the ASCII art like this:
normal i $$ | $$ |$$/ _____ ____ normal o normal i $$ | $$ |/ |/ \/ \ normal o normal i $$ \ /$$/ $$ |$$$$$$ $$$$ |
It's not the best solution, but it does the job for me.
Edit 3: I might've deleted the edit summary inserted by someone else and I'm sorry. I tried putting it back, but it always disappears.