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Your example is trying to mimic popup menu by popup window, it's complicate, I changed it to use arrow keys to scroll popup window in normal mode, it's only purpose is to show you how to change cursor in popup window: noremap <buffer> <down> :call Omni_cursor(1)<CR> noremap <buffer> <up> :call Omni_cursor(0)<CR> noremap &...


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The style of these two settings is defined by the CursorLine and CursorColumn highlight groups. If I query these two on my Vim, I get: :hi CursorColumn CursorColumn xxx term=reverse ctermbg=242 guibg=Grey40 :hi CursorLine CursorLine xxx term=underline cterm=underline guibg=Grey40 So what we want to do is make CursorLine look more ...


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I actually went with coloring the background of the line number. This way you're not interfering with syntax colors or underscores. So basically I have this (for light background terminal) highlight CursorLineNr ctermfg=white guifg=white ctermbg=darkgrey guibg=darkgrey cterm=bold gui=bold


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