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    Hunter Husar
    @diffractometer
    Anybody havea list of good zsh plugins?
    Dominic Nunes
    @domi91c
    Hey everyone. I'd like to have the autocompletion menu popup either automatically or when I press tab. But I'd also like to use tab for snippets if one is available for the text my cursor is on. Oh, and for emmet expansion. Basically, I want tab to work like it would in an IDE like Rubymine. How might I do this in YADR? I really like YADR, but being somewhat new to Vim customization, I'm worried about messing up other settings/plugins.
    RocknrollMarc
    @rocknrollMarc
    I changed the vimshell bundl to a new branch so you can merge it now
    RocknrollMarc
    @rocknrollMarc
    You said you cant take all of it but the color file icons and nerd-tree git is also very nice basicaly puts a red kross next to files which have been changed very helpfull and works with inconsulata powerline font
    Yan Pritzker
    @skwp
    @rocknrollMarc appreciate you splitting up your stuff. those PRs have way too much for me to test and approve. thanks!
    Fábio Gomes
    @fabioxgn
    Hi, i've just started with vim and was pointed to yadr and I find it awesome, but I'd like do change some minor things in the solarized theme (like removing the bold from the font), how should I proceed? Do I have to create a fork and edit the .vimrc? Or can I have a user config the overrides the default? Thanks.
    Yan Pritzker
    @skwp
    @fabioxgn you can add customizations in ~/.vimrc.after please see https://github.com/skwp/dotfiles#extending-and-overriding-yadr-settings
    Fábio Gomes
    @fabioxgn
    @skwp thanx :)
    April King
    @marumari
    Hey, everyone!
    I've got a quick question on yadr; when I'm using vim for python with yadr, it puts the pydoc for every function on the top of my editing window.
    I like that, but I simply want it on the bottom of the window: the problem is that I don't know which of the 90 or so bundles is generating that pydoc text.
    Could anybody point me in the right direction on this? Thanks!
    April King
    @marumari
    ahh, hmm, looks like I can change that with :splitbelow.
    never mind, then :)
    Salvatore Loguercio
    @salvatoreloguercio
    Hello there - quick question: how do I get rid of [Ruby version info] in the skwp prompt?
    Jonas Groß
    @grossjonas
    you could use another theme or create a new one:
    mkdir ~/.zsh.after
    echo "prompt agnoster" > ~/.zsh.after/prompt.zsh
    Salvatore Loguercio
    @salvatoreloguercio
    Okay, will try it - thanks!
    Mohammed Ameen
    @amxn
    Guys, my gems (which aren't mentioned on the gemfile) aren't installing for some reason. Can't install Rails, Foreman, etc.
    Is this because of a symlinked .gemrc?
    Solomon Choina
    @SolarAquarion
    hi everyone
    how do i properly configure these dotfiles to be mine
    like agnoster for the default of zsh
    Donato Borrello
    @donato
    This took me a while, but I think the best way is to have a personal dotfiles repo, which contains three folders
    .zsh.before, .zsh.after, and the other one, i forget it's name
    then link those into ~
    anything in these folders will get sourced on startup
    Julio Sueiras
    @juliosueiras
    hi, is there a dotfiles repo that uses vim/zsh combination for windows?(require by my work, for xamarin)
    Solomon Choina
    @SolarAquarion
    Julio Sueiras
    @juliosueiras
    thanks !!
    Solomon Choina
    @SolarAquarion
    @julio easy cygwin supposedly
    Mohammed Ameen
    @amxn
    Fixed the issue, it was a rbenv misconfiguration. I had Xcode installed, yet still needed to install xcode-command-line-tools. Had to nuke my installed ruby through rbenv and do a fresh install for it to work properly. Hope this helps others who get stuck! :smile: