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I use to be able to resize my vim splits using the mouse in the terminal by clicking on the borders and dragging. Now I can't. How can I make it work again?
edit: still works in gvim but doesn't work ...
I have the following options set to non-default values, as reported by :redir @+ | :set | @redir end:
--- Options ---
Vim 8.1 add a new :Termdebug command with a really good gdb integration.
If the mouse option is set, there is also a visual bar appearing on vim.
Here is an extract of the man:
If 'mouse' is set the ...
I tend to use GVim a lot. Very frequently, I'll click on some other window and then when I click on vim to regain focus, my cursor will end up in some random location depending on where I clicked. I ...
I've been using Vim for decades (and Vi before it since around 1984.) I use it now on Linux. Somewhere along the line one behavior crept in that I'd like to disable: when I click in a window to move ...
It's sort-of a follow to a recent XKCD. I want to know whether it's possible to map the scroll wheel to undo and redo, possibly n undos/redos per scroll?
I'm using mate-terminal in MATE 1.6.x, bash, ...
I do use the same vimrc on my local machine and on a remote machine to which I connect through SSH. I keep the vimrc synced between the machines for commodity. My issue starts when I set mouse=a, I ...
Now I navigate from one tab to another tab in Vim using the gt command, but it's little frustrating for me, because so far I've worked with editors that support mouse navigation.
Is there a way that ...
The title says most of it.
For the curious, folding is something I haven't yet included in my workflow.
I use gvim most of the time and I often have my hand on the mouse, scrolling through code.
How can I select a block with a mouse when line numbering is enabled.
The selection includes the line numbering.
Is there a way to exclude the line numbering from mouse selection ?
Is it possible to configure vim (obviously with :set mouse=a) and/or gvim such that the visual selection modes automatically integrate with X's selection buffer?
I am aware of how to setup the copy ...
In my default Vim settings I've enabled a gutter and line numbers. Sometimes I copy some lines to clipboard in order to paste somewhere else. Currently I need to disable line numbers and the gutter. ...