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I started using VIM today and I found out that we could use the mouse pointer to go to a line in vim using set mouse=a But unfortunately, it is not working

here is the config file https://pastebin.com/gXvhP3RH

kindly help me out

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    Make sure that your terminal supports mouse, and / or the gui you are using does.
    – PyGamer0
    Sep 24 at 6:32
  • Please clarify “not working.” Also reduce your config (say, by commenting out) to the minimal number of things necessary to demonstrate the problem
    – D. Ben Knoble
    Sep 24 at 11:50
  • i am using Alacritty on Manjaro i3, and alacritty has mouse support. In one of the forums is came to know that I can resolve this using NVIM. Thanks for the help
    – GN Vageesh
    Sep 25 at 4:53

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