#vim - Mon 26 Feb 2007 between 01:53 and 04:53

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LaoLang_coolhello, how can I paste the text copied from other window?
I'm using vim on urxvt
deryniHighlight the text and then middle click?
LaoLang_coolyes
but can I copy it using the key-binding except S-insert?
but can I paste it using the key-binding except S-insert?
shift+insert can do it, but less efficient
hello?
deryniI'm not at all sure what you are even asking.
LaoLang_coolfrom your answer above, I think your understand is right. I want paste text from other window, there are many method: 1. Highlight the text and then middle click; 2. shift+insert. any other methods in vim?
is my expression clear now?
derynivim doesn't factor in to this question.
I mean you might be able to paste from the "+ or "* register but I'm not sure.
LaoLang_cool"+, "*? you mean type them in vim mode?
deryni:help "+ and :help "*
LaoLang_1oolderyni: thank you, I'm now reading :help *x11-selection
Ori_Bderyni: heh, it'd be nice if vim sessions could share registers
maybe for vim 7.1 or something
rindolfHi Ori_B
Ori_Bhi
rindolfOri_B: what's up?
Ori_Brindolf: bed
puffy__hi
if i want a key binding, what gets out from the INSERT if i am in, and does what is defined in normal mode, what doc i should read ? (the problem is with getting out from the insert mode)
daniel<Esc>
puffy__doesn't work for me. :map <C-Left> <ESC>:tabprevious<ENTER> --> does nothing when i am in INSERT mode
LaoLang_coolah, vim has a paste mode, that's what I want, hehe.
ipkisspuffy__: see also :h i_ctrl-o
but your problem may be that you try to map <c-left>, which may not work in a terminal
btw, in gvim, ctrl-pageup already goes to the previous tab, iirc
(like in many other apps)
puffy__ipkiss: it works right for me. but the situation: i am IN the inssert mode. eg i type some text. and o would like to change tab without hitting enter
ipkissoh
you need imap instead of map
puffy__hey, it works! thx a lot ipkiss :)
ipkissyou're welcome
ALL4Nhi all.. I'm setting up my own syntax here using the syn match command and regular expression.. the problem is, I am not sure whether it is possible and if so how, one can highlight only certain parts of the regex in syn match command.. is it possible?
frogonwheelslook me= and \zs or define a region and then groups within thatn.
gg
gabkdll1Back when I used Gentoo Linux, Vim had a nice habit of "remembering" where I last was in a file when I closed it, and taking me to that position the next time I opened the file. Since switching to Xubuntu, Vim has stopped doing this for me. How do I get it back? I already looked at the /etc/vim/vimrc from the Gentoo install, but don't really know what I am looking for, or if it is even there. I do have set viminfo='32,<128 in my .vi

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