|Subject:||Re: [Ranger-users] preview .txt-files?|
|Date:||Sun, 6 Jan 2013 14:39:39 +0100|
>>> When I hit enter standing on a txt-file it opens with vim, but theWorks for me. Does it fail on *every* text file? It would also be good
>>> preview column doesn't work for these files.
to know whether or not you got the program "highlight" installed or not?
Sounds harmless to me
>>> Also, is it ok to change all "vim" entries in ranger configuration files
>>> to "gvim"? (still getting my feet wet here ;-))
I think that you need to write "export EDITOR=gvim" in bashrc to set the
>> to use gvim just set EDITOR=gvim in your bashrc
editor, not simply "EDITOR=gvim", but I may be wrong.
Why whould an editor be mentioned in the script that generates previews?
> I don't see any editor mentioned here:
The variable $EDITOR is used in the file launcher configuration file,
namely "rifle.conf" (in ranger-git) or "apps.py" (in ranger-stable). If
you look at the man page in the section "FILES", there is a list of all
config files and what they do.
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