icc97
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How do I fix the status bar symbols in the Airline plugin?
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This took hours to figure out, so here's more of a dummies guide for Fedora/Ubuntu, with a special section for Windows. The first is figuring out what the hell are those strange but nice angle ...

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24-bit / 256 colorscheme in Windows console
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tl;dr: My path was using the an old Vim version, with v8.1.428 we have full 24-bit glorious colours in Vim in the Windows Console! See below for screenshots. Err, so there was a basic mistake on my ...

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When to use :grep and :vimgrep in vim?
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One benefit of :[vim]grep over /? is that the results get put into the quickfix list (or location list if you use :l[vim]grep), this means that you can pull up a list of all matches using :cl. You can ...

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Neovim Terminal shows a different list of programs available in /usr/bin
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As per Neovim issue #14543 this appears to be a consequence of using Flatpak. after installing the flatpak io.neovim.nvim you can't run e.g. :terminal or say !latexmk as /usr/bin and there a like are ...

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How can I get gVim on Windows to behave as on Linux?
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You can get pure Vim in DOS! A further fairly small but no-less major update happened to Windows 10 for the 1803 build. They added 24-bit support for the console (cmd/powershell prompt). In Vim 8.1 (...

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What are viewport, layout and workspace in relation to tabs
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As @Rich comments, I'm possibly over thinking this. But I've never heard of viewport or layout with regards to a text editor and I've only heard of 'workspace' referred to with regards to the list of ...

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Neomake hanging when using eslint
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This doesn't exactly answer your question, but I found that neomake works better with eslint_d. It has the nice side effect that it should do the linting faster too. You first have to install ...

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Control - Arrow to Skip Over Text
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On Windows and Ubuntu, GVim works with Ctrl + Arrow.

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