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May
9
comment Vim interface on web browser input fields?
I have finally dove into pentadactyll extension and I am very impressed!
Apr
18
comment Vim interface on web browser input fields?
this should be added a comment to his answer.
Apr
11
comment Vim visual mode to system clipboard?
@ams No worries, you answered the question I asked and it lead me to the pbcopy command which I will likely map to something more convenient along with an undo command Ctr-u as it deletes the content which it copies, but in any case your help is appreciated!
Apr
10
comment Vim visual mode to system clipboard?
For OSX this article was rather helpful. Basically there is a command pbcopy and pbpast which you able to call for say the current line . !pbcopy or if you don't want the current line cut .w !pbcopy.
Apr
10
comment Vim visual mode to system clipboard?
This seems to be an issue with OS X, from what I have gather it does not properly map the X CLIPBOARD as mentioned by Keith. (it seems rather unsuited to even call OS X Unix anymore!)
Apr
10
comment Vim visual mode to system clipboard?
This does not work for me. Each time I press "* I get a bell and then y/p perform their independently mapped actions.
Apr
5
comment Indent the middle of multiple lines
There has to be a way to accomplish this via a single command!
Apr
5
comment Indent the middle of multiple lines
Helpful screen cast
Apr
5
comment Indent the middle of multiple lines
thank you for your answer, that is exactly what I'm looking for but would you mind taking a peek at my latest update to the question?
Apr
3
comment Pushdown Terminal Output
Is there a way to grab the items of out put from a terminal, my thought is to create some sort of wrapper which grabs each of these output items, treats each of them similar to how tweets are posted with the newest always apear on top and sticking the input prompt at the top of the Wrapper UI.
Feb
15
comment Setting LS_COLORS and in a GNU Screen
I still don't understand what happens when a GNU Screen is initialized? If anyone can explain that, it would be greatly appreciated.
Feb
15
comment Setting LS_COLORS and in a GNU Screen
It turns out I had an issue with my dotfiles, in my .bash_promp I removed the following and all is well: if [[ $COLORTERM = gnome-* && $TERM = xterm ]] && infocmp gnome-256color >/dev/null 2>&1; then export TERM=gnome-256color elif infocmp xterm-256color >/dev/null 2>&1; then export TERM=xterm-256color fi. Still different but it doesn't just make everything red.
Feb
15
comment Setting LS_COLORS and in a GNU Screen
Yes, the LS_COLORS are set different and vim syntax highlighting changes as well. Here are my dotfiles.
Feb
7
comment Move to the beginning of a line in screen
Nice! I had always thought since <kbd>Ctrl</kbd>+(<kbd>a</kbd> <kbd>a</kbd>) switched screens that <kbd>Ctrl</kbd>+<kbd>a</kbd> <kbd>a</kbd> would do the same but the release of the <kbd>Ctrl</kbd> key after the initial <kbd>a</kbd> makes it perform the default action <kbd>Ctrl</kbd>+<kbd>a</kbd> when not in a screen. Thank you!
Jan
31
comment Running an application with alternate/modified system time
no worries I got it working, Thanks for the suggestion!
Jan
30
comment Running an application with alternate/modified system time
Ok this is great! and exactly what I was looking for, however I cannot get the library to function in Mac OSX... I am using 10.7.2 and I do exactly as the readme specifies for mac osx but upon running a command such as LD_PRELOAD=/Users/rudolph9/Developer/libfaketime/src/libfaketime.dylib.1 FAKETIME="@2012-01-01 20:20:00" date Mon Jan 30 08:21:17 CST 2012 I do not get the desired date