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After looking through ways of customizing the vim-airline status line, and also looking at how default vim's inbuilt status lines work, I have ended up using the following in my .vimrc let g:customstatusline = 0 " can be 0 or 1 if g:customstatusline == 0 let g:airline#extensions#tabline#enabled = 1 let g:airline_section_c='%f %m %{tagbar#currenttag(...


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just do this let g:airline_powerline_fonts = 1 Even I had stuggled with the same. If it didnt show properly then just set you terminal font to something like Cascadia Code PL (PL for powerline) or anyother powerline font. If you use neovim-qt then set this GuiFont AnyPlFont:h:size GuiFont Cascadia Code PL:h:20


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As I alluded to in my (now deleted) comments this seemed to just be a matter of timing, i.e. you need some way to specify your hi customization such that it doesn't get clobbered by vim-airline's own setup. Being a vim-airline user myself, I did :h airline then /autocommands. That quickly revealed that the plugin has five "user-defined" ...


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