Some FC2 questions
cdl at proxima.ucsd.edu
Wed Oct 6 17:31:55 PDT 2004
> Date: Wed, 6 Oct 2004 10:58:40 -0700
> From: John Oliver <joliver at john-oliver.net>
> To: kplug-list at kernel-panic.org
> Subject: Some FC2 questions
> 1) The vim that comes with FC2 breaks the arrow keys when you're in
> Insert mode. I'm used to the older vim where I could arrow around while
> in Insert mode. Is there a way to fix?
I think this is a function of the key mappings you have set up
in $HOME/.vimrc. If you don't have the right ones, the arrow keys
don't work in Insert mode.
> 3) Man pages and the slrn thread indicators are funny characters. I
> remember this having something to do with changing a character set. I
> can't remember what to change or how to change it, and of course I have
> the rhetorical question "Why do they use a character set by default that
> doesn't display some stuff properly?"
Somebody thought it was a _Good Idea_ (TM) to set the locale to
"en_US.UTF-8"? Maybe. What funny characters do you see in man pages?
Offhand, I don't see any, at least looking at "man man".
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