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Posted: Sat Jul 11, 2020 12:33 pm
by admin
The famous programmable, terminal (and GUI) plain text editor.

Similar programs:

- emacs - comparible text editor, with a lisp programming environment. Considered close to an OS, with a large suite of of add-ons
- nano - another lightweight terminal editor
- ed - older, more primitive Unix editor
- vi - ancestor of vim
- neovim - popular vim fork


How do you configure the font, font size, and theme (colorscheme) on gVim on Windows?

Open the Startup Settings: on the menu bar Edit -> Startup Settings.

Add this:

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set guifont=consolas:h14
colorscheme desert