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Re: avoiding warning message and delay in "macro"

From: Juergen Weigert
Subject: Re: avoiding warning message and delay in "macro"
Date: Mon, 17 Jul 2006 14:44:39 +0200
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On Jul 17, 06 14:00:08 +0200, Eric Smith wrote:
> Hi
> I am using tabs in vim7 and have several files permanently opened
> on screen window called "data".  I have bindings as per:
> bind r eval 'select data' 'stuff :tabn1^M'
> bind t eval 'select data' 'stuff :tabn2^M'
> This takes me from wherever I am in screen to the data window and
> then issues the :ex command do go to tab number 1 if I pressed
> "r" and tab 2 if I pressed "t".
> This works perfectly if I am not in window "data".
> But I want to use the same keystrokes even if I am in the data
> window.  But then I get the error message "This IS window ..."
> and an irritating 1 sec pause.
> How do I achieve the functionality I want without this waste of
> time?  (I know you can config the time delay for these messages
> but I do not want that to be done as a global setting).

The message should not hinder you typing. 
But anyway, it can be irritating.
Please try to tune the behaviour with the screen commands 
"msgwait" (and "msgminwait"?)


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