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First of all, sorry about the less-than-warm welcome on your tip's comment section! We want to make sure not to chase away meaningful contributors. Forgive my first impression of your tip - I thought it was just an overly complex solution to a simple problem. My first tip I posted here was one of those, and John did a much better job than I just did of pointing that out without being overly critical. You did a good job sticking with it and improving the tip to explain why I was wrong :-).
Anyway, great tip, keep up the good work! I actually didn't know about the %# atom until I read it.
--Fritzophrenic 22:00, 10 December 2007 (UTC)
No probs Fritzophrenic. I was actually requested by some people on #vim to submit the exchange thing. I've been around vim.sf.net for a while (the second real script was submitted by me: script#5).
--Michaelrgeddes 12:42, 11 December 2007 (UTC)
I decided to leave updating tip 47 until I can take a bit of time to try the solutions. If anyone wants to beat me to that, please do so.
Anyway, welcome also from me. --JohnBeckett 22:19, 10 December 2007 (UTC)