On Friday, November 8, 2019 at 5:51:31 PM UTC+1, Steve Molin wrote:
> Thank you for your reply, Tony. I didn't mean to imply that the mouse 
> doesn't work beautifully, it does and I'm constantly amazed by the power of 
> Vim.
> Having tinkered with this for a couple hours, and read what I can find in 
> the manual, I think the problem is that when 'set mouse=' there are two 
> different things that can be called the "selection": you can select using 
> the Vim commands (eg vw) or using the mouse (eg double-left-click). When 
> you hit command-C MacVim will copy the Vim-command-selection to the system 
> clipboard but not the mouse-selection (presumably the same with gvim and 
> control-C in Windows and X)
> I tried unmapping command-C, hoping that would let the system process it, 
> but MacVim still processes it (eg in insert, control-v command-c then 
> results in the text "<D-c>")
> p.s. For completeness, I tested with no .vimrc with the same results.

Hm, it seems I'm out of my depth here, you'll probably need some Mac user 
to help you (I'm on Linux).

Best regards,

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