#vim - Sun 25 Feb 2007 between 01:24 and 01:52

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jadamsnot really about function, but is there a way to have a translucent window background in gvim?
I like gvim, but I always found it pleasant to code in vim in a translucent-ish terminal
frogonwheelsdon't think so - might be a patch hanging around
jadamssigh...guess I could look at how xchat or gnome-terminal's translucency work
much later...
how about aliasing 'sp' to 'newtab' to avoid re-learning...how would I do that?
trying to fiddle with my interface. I did just use buffers and mapped <ctrl>+j/k to move up/maximize and move down/maximize
so I've remapped those suckers to tabn and tabp, and if I can just remap sp I'll be set
frogonwheelsjadams: There's been a deliberate move NOT to allow redefining of : commands -
jadamsdadgum it...would be so nice for me to get to do it. I would know exactly what had happened, because it would be deliberate
frogonwheelsYou can always do something like :au BufRead * exe "norm \<c-w>T"
probably need some checks around it.
jadamshrm
Oliazki have a question .......... when i am editing in vim for some reason when i go to save or leave the insert mode it repeats stuff like the last key pressed or the last set of info i entered and i dont know why
frogonwheelsOliazk: Either you press '.' -or you typed a number before going into insert mode.
Oliazk: try 2itest<esc>
Oliazkok
jadamswtf seriously, what would be a better solution than having to type 'tabnew' all the time? How do I alias that to something shorter?
Oliazkyup
that duplicates it
i guess i have to avoid pushing numbers before i pres i
frogonwheelsvery good idea.
eg 100iTest<esc>
scrooloosejadams: you could go :cmap sp^M tabnew^M to avoid relearning
Oliazkthough it is interesting when i get a 2 x 20
scrooloose;)
jadamsscrooloose: thank you...
Oliazkinteresting very interesting
jadamsI hope :)
Oliazkwhat uses does this repeat thing have
jadamsI've actually done this: map <C-O> tabnew *there's a space at the end
frogonwheelsapart from being general (eg 23dd)
you can do things like 80i-<esc>
scrooloosejadams: you could also go :cabbrev sp tabnew (requires u to push space after the sp)
Oliazkthat could also explain stuff disapearing
frogonwheelsto insert a row of -
Oliazki really appreciate the info on my problem there thx
jadamsscrooloose: I like cmap just fine
it's very good
scrooloosepimpz0r

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