This category is for tips about using Vim with Mac OS X.
“Some versions of Mac OS X don't have syntax highlighting support in terminal Vim with default...Turn on syntax coloring in Mac OS X
“Add this line to your~/.vimrc: set clipboard=unnamed You can also use pbcopy/pbpaste command to...Mac OS X clipboard sharing
“This tip applies to those Mac, Linux, and Windows users who are unable to access the System...In line copy and paste to system clipboard
“If you save a file using Vim or MacVim and try to open it with Quicklook, the characters will...Display UTF-8 characters in Mac Quicklook
“This tip shows you how to open files from the command line in the same window (Vim instance...Open files in same window under Mac OS X
“You set your font for gvim on Mac OS X by including a line like this in your$HOME/.vimrc or$HOME...Set gvim font in MacOSX
“Tab navigation for those of us using Macs, and used to the way Safari does it. Inspired by...Safari style keybindings for tab navigation
Pages in category "Mac OS X"
The following 10 pages are in this category, out of 10 total.