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awarded  Tumbleweed
Jul
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asked Configuring Samba to serve Unix-style files (e.g. owners, permissions)
Jul
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accepted tmux key binding to pipe pane contents to program
Jul
5
comment tmux key binding to pipe pane contents to program
I just realized I was partially wrong about needing to rename the buffer -- that seemed to be the case when I was using run-shell, but now that I'm using new-window it seems to be unnecessary. If I don't rename it and refer to the name PIPE in subsequent commands, things work fine, except that the buffer doesn't get deleted.
Jul
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asked tmux key binding to pipe pane contents to program
Nov
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comment Vim: x-terminal key mapping
I'm not familiar with MobaXterm. It looks like a packaged version of some open-source things like X and xterm; but I wonder if you might have more luck just running X in the VM and running xterm (or one of the million other terminals) in it.
Nov
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comment Vim: x-terminal key mapping
Actually, you can make the terminal ignore ^S/^Q for flow control by running stty -ixon (and preferably putting it in your shell startup file).
Oct
25
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
16
comment Select an item in vim autocomplete list without inserting line break
No, I'm not. I'd like to ask you if you're the Tyler Durden from Fight Club, but I'm guessing you wouldn't admit it if so.
Oct
16
comment Select an item in vim autocomplete list without inserting line break
The arrow keys can't open the dropdown, in the default configuration. The distinction I mentioned was about navigating the menu once it's been opened.
Oct
16
answered Select an item in vim autocomplete list without inserting line break
Oct
16
comment Select an item in vim autocomplete list without inserting line break
This behavior can be a little confusing, since it is both 1) in insert mode and 2) interpreting j and k to do things they don't do in insert mode. In particular, you can't select a menu entry and then follow it directly with something beginning with j or k.
Sep
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answered Change inside comments with Vim
Aug
26
awarded  Editor
Aug
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comment Why is the 'if [ $1=“1” ]' branch always selected even if $1 is not 1?
Yes, the spaces are necessary, but I'm wondering why the original $1="1" syntax "works" at all (producing a true result). How does the [/test builtin actually interpret that expression?
Jun
17
answered How to select an expandable folder when saving?
Jun
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awarded  Caucus
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awarded  Yearling
Dec
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answered Use remote ViM clipboard from iterm2 on Mac OS X
Oct
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awarded  Commentator