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How to setup an autocommand for the preview window's buffer?


How to setup an autocommand for the preview window's buffer?

By : Tom
Date : November 14 2020, 04:48 PM
fixed the issue. Will look into that further There's no explicit event, but you can easily check for the preview window via the 'previewwindow' option, and combine that with another event, e.g. WinEnter:
code :
:autocmd WinEnter * if &previewwindow | ... | endif


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SQL Server 2008 R2 setup error on Windows Developer Preview

SQL Server 2008 R2 setup error on Windows Developer Preview


By : user3695891
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hop of those help? I'm trying to install SQL Server 2008 R2(Express) on Windows Developer Preview (32bit) but getting a strange error: , I just installed .NET framework 3.5 SP1 and it worked.
vim autocommand on buffer load/file open?

vim autocommand on buffer load/file open?


By : reta
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish help you to fix your issue vim-indent-guides provides the :IndentGuidesEnable function. You can execute this each time you open a file by adding the following to your .vimrc
code :
autocmd BufReadPre,FileReadPre * :IndentGuidesEnable
Autoclose buffer occupying Vim's preview window when new buffer opens in preview window

Autoclose buffer occupying Vim's preview window when new buffer opens in preview window


By : Willy Sierra
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
will help you I was able to solve this problem by looking through the Unite source, copying the preview function, and making the modification I needed directly on this function to do a vertical open of the preview window:
code :
function! s:preview.func(candidate)
  let buflisted = buflisted(
        \ unite#util#escape_file_searching(
        \ a:candidate.action__path))
  if filereadable(a:candidate.action__path)
    " If execute this command, unite.vim will be affected by events.
    noautocmd silent execute 'vert pedit!'  " added vert
          \ fnameescape(a:candidate.action__path)
    call SetWidthToHalfScreen()  " added to resize preview window
    let prev_winnr = winnr('#')
    let winnr = winnr()
    wincmd P
    doautoall BufRead
    setlocal nomodified
    execute prev_winnr.'wincmd w'
    execute winnr.'wincmd w'
  endif
  if !buflisted
    call unite#add_previewed_buffer_list(
        \ bufnr(unite#util#escape_file_searching(
        \       a:candidate.action__path)))
  endif
endfunction
call unite#custom#action("openable", "preview", s:preview)
call unite#custom#action("file", "preview", s:preview)

function! SetWidthToHalfScreen()
  let diff = 100 - winwidth(winnr())
  exec "vert resize " . (diff > 0 ? '+' : '-') . abs(diff)
endfunction
What is the correct way in Vim to autocommand ":highlight" after a buffer is loaded?

What is the correct way in Vim to autocommand ":highlight" after a buffer is loaded?


By : Anmol Jain
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem Don't resort to :autocmd without reason; search harder for the root cause!
Your description lacks specifics; I guess your chosen colorscheme (or a plugin, but no sane plugin should interfere with the default highlightings) overrides your custom one for Comment. You can check who defined this via
code :
:verbose highlight Comment
Vim - Define Buffer Variable On Autocommand

Vim - Define Buffer Variable On Autocommand


By : Nani Adupa
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
To fix the issue you can do In general, you can use expand() to convert the mentioned special / into a buffer name / number. The setbufvar() function can access variables in a different buffer. Combined, something like this looks like a possible approach:
code :
autocmd BufAdd * call setbufvar(expand('<abuf>'), 'foo', 1)
let g:foo = {} " Maps buffer numbers to boolean flags
autocmd BufAdd * let g:foo[expand('<abuf>')] = 1

" To check buffer "nr":
if get(g:foo, nr, 0) ...
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