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Re: the --guidestripe option is working fine

From: Benno Schulenberg
Subject: Re: the --guidestripe option is working fine
Date: Sun, 7 Nov 2021 11:02:57 +0100
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Op 07-11-2021 om 04:09 schreef Matt Hall:
> I love using nano to write code in Python, but one thing that would be nice 
> is to
> see quickly what column I am in. I looks like in the manual that this is 
> possible
> with the --guidestripe option, but it does not look like that option is
> functional?

How exactly are you invoking nano?  (Paste it here.)

What version of nano?  (Paste the full output of 'nano --version'.)

Did you compile nano yourself?

What terminal (emulator) are you using?

When you run 'nano --ignore --guide=11 /etc/group', does nano complain
about an unrecognized option?  If not, there should be an inverse-video
stripe in column 11.


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