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,
Tony.

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