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created August 21, 2003 · complexity intermediate · author urlwolf · version 6.0
I like the Windows default behavior (ctrl-c for copy, ctrl-v for paste, etc) even when I'm running vim on a unix terminal. However, using mswin doesn't give the right "mark block" behavior in the terminal I use (putty). This may hold true for other Xterm emulators: the shift-arrows (mark block) don't work because shift-arrow sends exactly the same signal as just arrows. I have some maps that fix this by assigning some imaps and vmaps to the combination of ctrl-arrows.
" make arrow keys work in visual mode vmap <Esc>OA k vmap <Esc>OB j vmap <Esc>OC l vmap <Esc>OD h " simulate shift-arrows (select block in windows) with control-arrows inoremap <Esc>[A <C-O>vk vnoremap <Esc>[A k inoremap <Esc>[B <C-O>vj vnoremap <Esc>[B j inoremap <Esc>[C <C-O>vl vnoremap <Esc>[C l inoremap <Esc>[D <C-O>vh vnoremap <Esc>[D h
I have learnt about ":behave" today, although all I wanted is probably:
set keymodel=behave set selectmode=key
":behave mswin" might work great, albeit the strange name of it. I have not added anything of this to my vimrc yet, but I tend to go with ":behave mswin" for now.
--Blueyed 21:42, March 3, 2011 (UTC)