Nikolai Weibull wrote:
On 4/21/07, A.J.Mechelynck <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Nikolai Weibull wrote:
> On 4/20/07, Bram Moolenaar <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> Getting better.  Nikola's comments also apply (thanks Nikola!).
> No problem.  I guess there's a bug in the current Ctrl+N
> implementation?  It seems to be cutting off the last character in the
> completion.  ;-)

Insert-mode competion, you mean? I don't see anything cut off; but I use ":set completeopt=menuone,preview" which adds info (for Ctrl-N: where it was found, if not the current file) to the right of the menu items. There seems to be a maximum width, and the last column of the menu looks like a scrollbar. Maybe
an off-by-one error if "preview" is not included?

You totally missed the point.

What I meant was that Bram mentioned that he uses Ctrl+N to complete
names in emails to make sure he doesn't misspell people's names.  In
his response to Jonathan's mail he wrote Nikola (note the missing 'i'
in Nikola/i/), so I figured I'd be humorous about it and say that
Ctrl+N completion seems broken in his version of Vim.


Ah, I see. I thought it was something that /you/ had experienced. Yes, I missed the point, and the "l" of "completion slipped away in the process (in part because I compose my emails using Thunderbird, not Vim, and that it doesn't have that kind of completion).

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