I am using the vsvim usefully due to you. ctrl w h and ctrl w L commands works well in the split windows. However, When a file is opened with two vertical window (a.c:1, a.c:2), ctrl w L (go to right window) commad work, but ctrl w H (go to left window) command does not work. Of course, when the different files are open with two vertical window, that command works well. I am using the visual studio 2013. Would please check the case?
After disable vsvim using C+S+F12.
I found that if I click one the line close to top or the bottom.
The screen will scroll automatically to set the line which I clicked to the center of the screen. Which is not the original behavior of visual studio.
I am wondering how to disable this behavior.
I am using vs10.
Is there a way to make inserting text possible with vsvim enabled with column selections?
If I select a column of text (using alt-shift - Edit.LineDownExtendColumn) when in command mode I can press e.g. x to delete characters from each line selected in the column.
If I want to insert text, it doesn't work - entering insert mode loses the column selection, or starting in insert mode and selecting columns returns me to command mode.
Is there a way to make this work please ?
You should be able to do vim column insert by using Shift+i from a column selection. This will transition to insert mode on the top column, and once insert mode is exitted it will repeat the edit to every column.
I am wondering if I could turn on/off vsvim without restart?
Currently if I want to switch to original editor, I have to restart visual
studio, then if I want to use vsvim, I need to restart again.
I can't find feature, which would let me to save the marks, when i close visual studio (2013).
That is, in one session of using VS, marks works fine, but when i close studio and open it again, marks is erased.
That feature isn't implemented right now. I've thought of saving marks and a few other items on close but just haven't seen a strong demand for the feature. It's something I will consider for a future release.
I desperately want this feature implemented, since my programs are very large and I work on many parts of them at a given time being able to jump around from code block to code block with preset marks is a must-have. Without it this extension is useful, but not essential.
Hi I'm using VS2010 SP1 and tag blocks don't seem to work for me. Any *it command doesn't seem to apply. Is there a setting I'm supposed to enable or something I'm supposed to write into my vimrc file?
I've been using your extension for a while in both visual studio and atmel studio with great success. Thanks for putting this tool out there!
Recently Atmel Studio has been updated to version 6.2.1563 and vsvim no longer shows up in the extension manager search.
Is there any way to install vsvim manually? Do you plan on supporting Atmel Studio?
Without this plugin my productivity has diminished at least 43%.
I didn't realize it had stopped working for Atmel Studio. I will look at getting that fixed.
In the meantime though the latest VsVim should work fine for Atmel. Try downloading it from here and double clicking on the file. It should self install into Atmel Studio.
When I run the VSIX Installer the only products that come up are
*Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Shell - Integrated Mode
*Microsoft Visual Studio Professional - 2013
Unfortunately it does not find the Atmel Studio Installation.
The link I provided earlier is now updated with a version that should install into Atmel 6.2. I also updated the version of VsVim in the official Atmel Studio gallery. It usually takes them a few days to verify the new uploads but once that completes it should show up directly in the extension manager again.
I just installed VsVim into the new VS2015 RC Community.
After a restart the familiar vim interface failed to show up.
When I went to the setting there was a node for VsVim but it only shows an error saying the plugin could not be loaded.
Is something wrong with my setup or is this a general issue with this version of VS?