Unanswered Questions

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How does `\zs` interact with syntax matches?

Consider the text: foobarbaz First we highlight the regular expression /foobar/: :syntax match Special /foobar/ Next we highlight the regular expression /foobarbaz/: :syntax match Error /foobarbaz/ ...
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Using <C-,> causes "<80>ü^D," to flash in the showcmd area?

I've mapped <C-,> as well as some other special keys (<C-Enter>, <C-S-Space>, ...) in my vimrc like, :set <F13>=^[[44;5u :map <F13> <C-,> :map! <F13> <C-...
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Vi and Vim default to split left and split above. What is the history and motivation behind this?

When a window is split, given that Vi/Vim splits are not stored in a tree structure, the "direction of the split" is basically "the window in which the cursor is placed after the command". Update ...
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How to avoid screen corruption?

I'd been using Linux Mint MATE for years, and recently moved to Arch Linux with MATE Desktop Environment without any change of hardware or .vimrc. (By the way, I use no plugin.) After that, when I ...
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Persistently fix the height of a split in vim

So I searched the web far and wide and I can not for the life of me figure out how to do this. I have the following key binding: nnoremap <leader>o :below 10sp term://.//$SHELL <cr> :set ...
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How does NeoVim's native LSP client compare with plug-ins that implement that protocol?

NeoVim v0.5 will include a native LSP (Language Server Protocol) implementation. See Greg Hurrell (wincent)'s Screencast #87: Neovim's built-in LSP client covering it. How does it compare with ...
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gVim - Use different fonts using :highlight

I want to set gVim font size for Comment highlight group. When I set it, it does not do anything (the font is still the same but color changes). My .gvimrc: se guifont=Fira\ Mono\ Regular\ 10 hi ...
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Count only words for which Spell is enabled?

I want to count the words in my buffers, but for TeX files, for instance, a lot of words (e.g., commands) shouldn't be counted. I'm aware that there are scripts that do this specifically for LaTeX, ...
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Highlight line number of folded lines

I want to have uniform highlighting of line numbers (provided by the LineNr and CursorLineNr hl-groups) but the line numbers of folded lines don't obey a particular group (as far as I know), but obey ...
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Can I give YouCompleteMe a static list of completions?

I am using the Julia programming language, and as of right now, there are no good syntax-completer for VIM. I am working on one, but haven't fully got my head around how to hook into ycmd. Til I ...
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What is the default "effective" titlestring?

Is the effective default value for titlestring documented somewhere? By effective, I mean the one that displays $(basename) ($(dirname)) (m of n) - GVIM1 or ... ((m) of n), even though titlestring is ...
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How do I use wildmenu effectively?

I'd like to learn about using vim with multiple files without using external plugins. I read another answer that recommends putting the following in our .vimrc: set wildmenu set wildmode=longest:full,...
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Mixed PHP and HTML indenting

Is there a way to have mixed indenting more like Sublime Text (left) than Vim does it? I would like the nested UL to follow the (line 10) to follow along the (main indentation).
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.php file makes html text same color as html attributes - how to fix?

The text inside of <p> tags is the same color as the html attributes, so it's hard to distinguish between them. The html inside this .php file is colored (line one of this image) almost ...
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Properly restore terminal title after suspending vim

I'm using Vim 7.3 on OS X Terminal version 2.6.1 (OS X version 10.11.2). If it's relevant, my version is compiled without X11. When I open a file in Vim, the terminal title bar changes to show the ...

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