I'm experiencing the same problem as in this Q&A titled: disabling mouse support in vim in a gnome-terminal environment, where it was found (in the comments for the top answer) the problem wasn't ...
Edit: The problem of an enabled mouse in vim appears to be specific to gnome-terminal (version 220.127.116.11-1; I am using gnome 3 fallback mode). If I run xterm, mouse support in vim is disabled by ...
Every time I access the filesystem using: :tabe dirname (e.g.: :tabe .) :vsp dirname :sp dirname in order to open some file while editing another one, I lose the mouse support inside the Vim ...
I like vim. I think touching mice is dirty. But sometimes when my hand is already on a mouse, it sure would be nice to be able to scroll the text or click a location in the text and have the cursor ...