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Once again the other solutions are failing me. So now I have a new workaround (for KDE 5): Right click on GVim's titlebar and select More Actions > Configure Special Application Settings Add the property Virtual Desktop Configure that to Apply Initially and All Desktops (also known as making the window "sticky") This will guarantee the ...


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Same problem, after upgrade Ubuntu (20.04 TLS) worked for me: sudo apt-get remove vim-athena vim-gui-common vim-gtk3 sudo apt-get install vim-gtk3


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Starting with Vim 8.2.2518, 'listchars' is a global or local-to-window setting. So you can use 'setlocal' to set a window-local 'listchars' setting.


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First see if your mouse works at all (:help 'mouse', :set mouse?). Then see what the right button is supposed to do (:help 'mousemodel', :set mousemodel?). Maybe it works, but not the way you expect.


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base16-vim themes set the colors_name variable to the theme name. base16-universal-manager is supposed to generate a single theme file under any filename for vim, I've named mine base16.vim. Because the filename is base16.vim, I set the colorscheme to base16. Inside that file, the theme is declaring let g:colors_name = "base16-onedark". I finally ...


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You can send the Grep to a split terminal buffer after closing the buffer from the previous Grep (if any). :sil!bd --color|ter grep --color -i word dictfile grep --color is required to force Grep to use color. bd --color deletes the buffer whose name matches "--color". This is a good keyword because it is unlikely that you will have a filename ...


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Try this: " ~/.vim/after/syntax/matlab.vim highlight link matlabCellComment SpecialComment You can also use plain Comment


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if you use vim in mac could do following in command enter mode: Contrl + Q, Control + H it will generate ^H in line.


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