I'm not sure if anyone has seen this but it started a few months ago. When I startup vim I have to hit 'i' three times to get it to go into insert mode. I started troubleshooting my .vimrc file and figured out that as long as I have a .vimrc file, even if it's completely blank it exhibits this behavior. I notice that there is a 'c' letter in the buffer upon startup but again there is nothing that is in the .vimrc file that is causing this to load.
If I delete the .vimrc file and start the program, I can hit 'i' once and it will go into insert mode like it's supposed to. I have had this problem on 6.3 and just upgraded to 7.0 and it still is there. This is happening on two different FreeBSD machines. One machine is running: vim+ruby-7.1.242_5 vim-lite-7.1.242 Anyone have any idea why this is happening? -Troy _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"