Issue 96: single right quote in vim advances cursor two spaces.
Reported by Alan Post, Sep 21, 2010
open vim from the console. (My terminal is 40x15) type 'i' to enter insert mode. type the right single quote character. The cursor will print the single quote character and a space. I expected the single quote character to appear without a space immediately afterwards. If I press ctrl-l to refresh the screen, the extra space disappears. In testing, this bug also appears with the busybox version of vi. libncurses - 5.7-3 libncursesw - 5.7-3 vim-full - 7.1-3
in kernel patch : target/linux/xburst/patches-2.6.32/500-modifier-keys.patch +keycode 41 = U+00B4 grave the key is Unicode Character 'ACUTE ACCENT' U+00B4. the "quote" is [RED ARROW] + [COMMA]. it's strange. this key works fine in "joe" "nano"
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You've got this command in history. In general :norm commands are very natural. Any vim user can easily compose such commands without tedious recording/playing macro. One of common tasks for example - delete all paragraphs containing some match. :g//norm dap. We here https://rankmyservice.com/academized-com/ also provide you the beauty of writing in essay form on every topic to provide you the best of our services.
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