Charles E Campbell Jr wrote:
Can't select bottom window by mouse-clicking
Happens every time. How to reproduce:
1. :set ch=2 wmh=0 wh=9999 " don't know if relevant
2. Open at least two horizontally split windows
3. Make some window current, other than the bottom one
4. Click the bottom status line.
Bottom window should become current, as with ^Wb
- Selecting by mouse works for any window other than the bottom one.
- ":version" output:
My gvim worked as expected (ie. the window associated with the clicked on
status bar became current). I did it both with my usual settings and with
gvim -u NONE -U NONE -N somefile
Does it still happen when you try gvim with the " -u NONE -U NONE -N"
arguments? (I'm using Huge version with GTK2 GUI... on a FC5 linux box)
No it doesn't (and I'm using almost the same as yours, i.e., Huge
version 7.0.42 with GTK2-GNOME GUI) on SuSE Linux 9.3 Professional.
With my own vimrc I get it even with no editfile.
A little experimenting shows that the e flag must be absent from
'guioptions' for the bug to manifest. Here's a new testcase:
gvim -N -u NONE
:set go-=e stal=2 wmh=0 wh=999
Now click on both status lines in alternation and see what happens.
(Clicking inside the bottom window does select it, but with ":set wmh=0
wh=999" this is usually not possible.)