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  1. #21
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    Re: Go ahead guys!


    okay - here is another question:
    which flle do i edit do add words for coloring? *e.g. i typedef long int to UINT32 and i want UINT32 to have the same color as a varible.
    In your .vimrc:
    Code:
    syn MyWords UINT32 LJR pbharris vim
    hi MyWords ctermfg=blue
    Here's what it does. MyWords is a variable which conatins the words UINT32 LJR pbharris and vim. On the second line, we say, highlight MyWords with the color blue. You can change blue for something else.

  2. #22
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    Re: Go ahead guys!


    hmm .. i just configured the colors in vim via a colorscheme that is loaded in the vimrc , but the problem is that the scheme wont work in a terminal ... like Eterm or xterm .. is there a way to do this ?
    DOes it work in the console?

  3. #23
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    Re: Go ahead guys!


    You wouldn't happen to know how to set Vim as the editor in Mozilla Composer, would you? *As far as I can tell, you can not use an external editor unless you, um, run it externally.


    I don't know. I use mutt and mutt uses vim.

  4. #24

    Re: Go ahead guys!

    vous et're le vim guru!

    you know what i mean!!! thanks GnuVince

  5. #25

    Re: Go ahead guys!


    DOes it work in the console?
    it works in the console .

  6. #26

    Re: Go ahead guys!


    hmm .. i just configured the colors in vim via a colorscheme that is loaded in the vimrc , but the problem is that the scheme wont work in a terminal ... like Eterm or xterm .. is there a way to do this ?
    Do you get colours with commands such as ls? I have this exact same problem. I can get bold and underlined text in a terminal, but not coloured. I can get coloured text in the console though.

  7. #27

    Re: Go ahead guys!




    Do you get colours with commands such as ls? I have this exact same problem. I can get bold and underlined text in a terminal, but not coloured. I can get coloured text in the console though.
    I can get colors if I do ls or if I use another editor like mcedit .. but it wont work with vim .. :-/

  8. #28
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    Re: Go ahead guys!



    it works in the console .
    Try adding this line to your .vimrc file:
    set background=dark

    If this doesn't work, then it's probably your terminal. Do this command: export TERM=xterm-color and go back into vim. Tell me ifyou see colors

  9. #29
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    Re: Go ahead guys!




    Do you get colours with commands such as ls? I have this exact same problem. I can get bold and underlined text in a terminal, but not coloured. I can get coloured text in the console though.
    u could fix that by creating an alias like this:
    alias ls="ls --color=auto"

    put that in ur ~/.bash_profile and log in again (or type source ~/.bash_profile) and u'll always have colors with ls

  10. #30

    Re: Go ahead guys!


    no
    linux itself will do that for u
    just go up to a girl and say "hey sweet thing, i just compiled 2.4.16 on my LFS system"
    if that doesn't do the trick u'll never get laid
    Ha ha, that is seriously funny. I really want to go try that now.

    Nihongo de hanasu ka?

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