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    christoph-neumann
    @christoph-neumann
    Something like VimR file.txt
    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    yes, open the pref window and install the vimr command line tool in your PATH
    under “General” -> CLI Tool
    christoph-neumann
    @christoph-neumann
    Oh cool. Thank you!
    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    :)
    christoph-neumann
    @christoph-neumann
    Screen Shot 2017-05-05 at 7.58.19 AM.png
    I've gotten that a couple of times now.
    Version 0.14.1 (182)
    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    hm, that’s bad… does it also happen when you launch VimR with an empty init.vim? anyway, I’ll look into it..
    christoph-neumann
    @christoph-neumann
    I'm using pathogen to pull in a number of plugins. Everything seems to work fine. I can be use VimR for 30 minutes or more and then all of a sudden I get that error.
    Andrew Cobby
    @cobbweb
    Having a bit of trouble, and not sure if it's related to a recent VimR update or something I've done to my config. I only launch VimR via CLI using vimr -s . ... but lately it always opens with my cwd set to ~ instead of the directory I opened it with. Any ideas?
    Andrew Cobby
    @cobbweb
    I see the CLI as a --cwd argument, however it's seems specifying that does nothing? Will scour my config and see what I've done wrong
    Andrew Cobby
    @cobbweb
    Hmm, nvim . sets the cwd correctly
    Andrew Cobby
    @cobbweb
    I see there's not much going on in here, I've raised an issue: qvacua/vimr#469
    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    @cobbweb I’ve been in vacation last few days, usually I’m always online in this channel :)
    Andrew Cobby
    @cobbweb
    Haha all good, tmux has coaxed me back to terminal vim for the moment
    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    yeah, tmux + (neo)vim is very handy :)
    NathHorrigan
    @NathHorrigan
    What theme is the one used in the documentation?
    Robert Günzler
    @robertgzr
    @NathHorrigan I think that is Solarized Light
    Robert Günzler
    @robertgzr
    btw hi. Vimr should color my title bar according to my colorscheme since v0.17.0 right, or is there a pref switch for that somewhere?
    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    @robertgzr there’s an option under Appearance to not to use the selected colorscheme
    Robert Günzler
    @robertgzr
    Yeah it works for the filebrowser but the title bar stays the same
    and under preferences > appearance it says If checked, the colors of the selected colorscheme will be
used to render tools, e.g. the file browser.
    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    oh, ok, that must be a bug then….
    Robert Günzler
    @robertgzr
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    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    i’ll look into it
    Robert Günzler
    @robertgzr
    I'll file an issue, anything you would like me to include?
    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    nope :) (currently i’m very slow responding to things due to personal reasons, bear with me)
    Robert Günzler
    @robertgzr
    no worries. thanks for your work! I'm using Vimr to write my bachelors thesis. I'm normally more of a terminal person but for concentrated working nothing beats a gui (also alacritty doesn't do Ümlaute ;)
    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    yeah those pesky special characters… :D
    usually in chats i write “ue” instead of “ü” because i’m using the US-layout, too lazy to do option-u, then u...
    wait a sec
    Robert Günzler
    @robertgzr
    Same here. unfortunately not an option for university stuff
    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    @robertgzr if i uncheck the “use neovim’s colorscheme”, the title bar returns to normal as intended, or have i misunderstood you?
    Robert Günzler
    @robertgzr
    no if I toggle that option with the filebrowser open I can see it changing colors but the title bar just stays silver
    Ramana Venkata
    @vramana
    @qvacua Great project. :+1:
    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    @vramana thanks! 😃
    Siddhant Pyasi
    @siddhantpyasi
    Hey guys stupid question but what shortcut do I use to switch between tabs?
    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    you can use the normal vim command gt and gT
    Alex Converse
    @aconverse
    Hey, is there a way to disable the double-clicking on a tab opens a new tab shortcut?
    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    @aconverse hm.. not that i know of...
    since that's a general vim question you could also try the neovim channel :)
    Barry Sia
    @bsia
    Hey guys, any one adding emoji support ? (ctrl-cmd-spacebar)
    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    @bsia doesn’t it work anymore? It used to work...
    Barry Sia
    @bsia
    I'm actually on v0.20.3. Let me try the latest version.
    Great project, btw!!!
    Tae Won Ha
    @qvacua
    Thx!
    Barry Sia
    @bsia
    Ok, on v0.21.1, if I press <ctrl-cmd-space>, it just pastes whatever was inserted the last time. And the emoji dialog doesn't show up.