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I'm using Coc.vim and I've created an issue on their GitHub, but I'm not sure about whether this can be done by modifying the line I'm using:

autocmd CursorHold * silent call CocActionAsync('doHover')

as you can see I already added the slient above but it still show the error:

Then I will have to press enter since there are too many error message, which is annoying.

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    Read the help for :silent again. The answer is in the first few sentences.
    – B Layer
    Apr 14, 2021 at 3:38

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From :h silent:

[...]
When [!] is added, error messages will also be skipped, and commands and mappings will not be aborted when an error is detected. [...]


The problem can be solved by these two lines:

let blacklist = ['vim', 'help']
autocmd CursorHold * if (index(blacklist, &ft) < 0 || !coc#rpc#ready())
    \ | silent! call CocActionAsync('doHover')
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  • Can I have the definition popup in NeoVim on mouse hover? That code shows it on mouse click. Apr 26, 2023 at 6:12
  • @VitalyZdanevich I don't know. But I just did a fuzzy-search for the word mouse in the :h autocmd-events section of Neovim, and found no match. So this is probably not supported in both Vim&Neovim currently. (since Neovim has more events than Vim.) Apr 27, 2023 at 11:58

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