I want to make some small adaptions to a vim script, I use inside Cream:
(It is the prtdialog.vim which offers a nice print menue)
When I start the Print-Dialog (by typing Ctrl+L and than \pd) the Print-Dialog
starts like intendetd however due to the standart Cream behaviour I am
in the insert mode.
The Print-Dialog however requires the Normal mode.
On solution is to hit again the Ctrl+L shortcut to go to the normal-mode however
I tried to automatiz this step.
Could anybody tell me why the following lines don't lead to the expected result
(switch to normal mode)? I just pasted the lines inside the prtdialog.vim script.
" drop to normal mode
execute "normal \<C-\>\<C-n>"
Another thing is that within cream the program does not switch back to original color
theme after printing by using the vim print_bw color theme.
I want to modify the prtdial.vim script that it works well within cream.
The problem: I found two different variables which seems to contain the Cream-colors
which of the both variables contain the actual color scheme of the used buffer?
I would like to make the prtdialog.vim script accesible out of Cream by using
the standard Add-ons menu which makes it easy to map the script to the F12 key.
Could anybody drop me a line which files I have to change?
Thanks a lot
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