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    Fixes based on using Vim in Linux · 74b49ed9
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    Fix ColorColumn color in terminals
    Font for gVim uses Linux syntax (the other syntax is commented)
    Disable cursor blinking for gVim
    
    Facebook posts about vimrc changes (times in PST)
    May 20, 2016 10:01am
    Alright I got the location of where to place the vimrc file finally after late night problem solving. I think I'll leave it in my user directory for now and now I can expand on a usable config.
    
    May 20, 2016 10:02pm
    Finished editing my vimrc config to my liking. Is it complete? No, it's constantly open to change so it is supposed to evolve. It is certainly much more usable compared to stock vim, and looks visually modern with a good font and color scheme.
    
    On a side note, I had some Mexican food from a restaurant with a Jeff Garcia jersey being displayed in the bar area. I forgot the name but the tacos and quesadillas were pretty good. And then this coffee, chocolate, and peanut ice cream cake that was served later at a different place was good. Didn't feel hungry so I went for a walk and edited my vimrc file for about 3-4 hours.
    
    Jun 17, 2016 11:44am
    Edited my vim config to use custom external files made by other people. Exciting. So far I've plopped a custom colorscheme called Base16 that looks nice and should make things even more comfortable.
    
    Jul 01, 2016 8:32pm
    What a finicky program. Vim on Linux only takes Unix style vimrc encodings while the Windows version accepts both DOS and Unix encodings. Shouldn't be hard to convert though since there's a command to automatically save in a different encoding.
    
    Sep 12, 2016 5:23pm
    Was searching for addons for Firefox. I wanted a way to do dark night mode browsing so I settled on Owl, which inverts and darkens webpages. I also was thinking about a tiled view so I trief out Tile Tabs, but I felt that the usecase isn't very useful so I took it out. Bit worried about bloating my program as I did when I was about 10 but improved clarity is useful to put in.
    
    Also Vim 8 got released, gonna be fun to move a few things around to get set up.
    
    Oct 05, 2016 5:54pm
    Been deliberating on new additions to my vimrc for vim. I decided on putting in better bash style command completion and lazyredraw for any macros. The biggest addition is folding being enabled when I need to do so. Now I can fold code without being prompted for it or having code already folded in pretty much every case.
    
    Feb 04, 2017 3:30pm
    Was looking around to edit my vimrc in some way, mainly removing confirmation to quit on unsaved changes. Ended up keeping it as many others enjoy it, and I actually edited the GUI config by doing a minor refactor of removing the toolbar and tearoff menus and added in using text dialogs instead of popups. Guess it's more complex and useful to use now.
    
    Ok so multiple flags to be removed in one line don't work. So that's a refactor averted.
    
    Jul 24, 2017 4:17pm
    Not sure why I put in my vimrc to use 256 colors, seeing as most programs will choose the best color option for me. Dummied out that line just in case I need a fix with an odd setup with the colors.
    
    Oct 23, 2017 3:28pm
    Great, I finally caved in to what I've been seeing online and created a vim dotfile git repository to more or less replace my OneDrive hosting. I've been on a roll with git lately and I don't foresee much vimrc editing soon, but these are some good steps.
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