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So it looks like if no guifont is specified in your vimrc, gVim will use some built in default font and it would not be reflected in guifont -- set guifont is empty. But it turns out it is possible to change the size of your default font -- use guifont without name, just size: set guifont=:h10 set guifont=:h16 ... whatever your default bitmap font supports


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I found a workaround. Manually copying the entire vim-airline tree under the $HOME/vimfiles/pack/plugins/start/ did the trick, as the vim-airline plugin was then able to be loaded at startup. For some reason, simply installing vim-airline via Vundle doesn't make it able to be loaded on startup on both of my setups, unlike other packages. Update: I also ...


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