Hi, thanks Steve.  Is there any interest in adding a full screen option to cream directly ?

RH

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-----Original Message-----
From: Steve Hall [mailto:digitect@dancingpaper.com]
Sent: Wed 2/18/2009 11:20 PM
To: Ronald Haynes
Cc: cream-general@lists.sourceforge.net
Subject: Re: [cream] Full Screen mode available?

On Wed, 2009-02-18 at 18:41 -0400, Ronald Haynes wrote:

> Hi, I am looking for a vi compatible editor which works in full
> screen mode (ie no terminal headers or borders etc...), I have used
> cream before but can't seem to find a full screen option.  Is there
> one?  Or is it easy to do?
>
> What I want is a writeroom clone but vi key bindings.
>
> If you go to:
>
> http://code.google.com/p/termroom/
>
> you can see a screen shot of what I would like.  I have had some
> trouble getting the termroom application to display properly
> however.

You can get relatively close. The gui version of Vim (gVim) can be
maximized to the size of the full screen and Cream will remember it.
I'm not sure how to hide the window title bar, supposedly something
like this:

  :set guiheadroom=-50

but my Gnome window manager doesn't accommodate it.

To hide the toolbar, tabs, statusline, and line numbers, simply use
the corresponding options in the Settings menu.

To go farther requires command line settings.

To remove the menu:

  :set guioptions-=m

To remove the right and bottom scrollbars:

  :set guioptions-=rb


After all that, you'll end up with a pretty simple window, but still
not the same thing that WhiteRoom/TermRoom provide. Basically the
left window edge is the writing margin in vim.


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