It would be nice to have mouse support thorugh the command line. For example, using vim with "set mouse=a" and allow using the mouse.
I've searched for other issues related to this, but have not found such an option.
This is already supported. The problem is that the default configuration is that left mouse click in the window drags it around.
Open Settings->Hotkeys->Mouse and, select 'Drag window' command, click Clear and Assign buttons.
All non-assigned mouse actions are forwarded to the console application.
Yes, I've cleared all key assignments for mouse. And there is no effect when using vim with :mouse = a.
It works perfectly in any other terminal-like program like PuTTY.
Hm, I have tested it with a native Vim 7.2a and it works just fine... Can you attach your config file here?
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