This category is for tips about using Vim with various terminal programs.
Terminal programs include (but are not limited to) PuTTY, xterm, and SecureCRT
“XTerm and most other modern terminal emulators support 256 colors, you can use a script to check...256 colors in vim
“If, like me, you don't want to use the GUI vim because you work in an xterm most of the time...Using the mouse for Vim in an xterm
“Many Unix shells (bash, zsh, etc.) come with keyboard shortcuts enabled: C-a jumps to the start...Use vi shortcuts in terminal
“This tip contains information on using Vim over PuTTY. PuTTY is a terminal emulator for Windows...PuTTY numeric keypad mappings
“I am using PuTTY in Windows to access a Unix box, and the Terminal-type string in PuTTY is set...Using vim color schemes with Putty
“Xterm, by default, sets eightBitInput to true, meaning that the eighth bit is set for meta...Get Alt key to work in terminal
Pages in category "Terminals"
The following 24 pages are in this category, out of 24 total.