Evil and cua global mark

Alan Schmitt alan.schmitt at polytechnique.org
Thu Jan 26 09:46:50 CET 2012

On 25 Jan 2012, at 21:02, Frank Fischer wrote:

> I'm not familiar with cua mode (never used it), but a quick search 
> told
> me about this global mark. I suppose that cua-mode does some tricks to
> catch certain key-strokes. And these may very well interfer with evil.
> To get it work one would probably have to disable the global mark
> temporarily during normal-state and only activate the mark in insert
> state. I think this is possible but because I'm, as I said, not
> familiar with cua I do not have an immediate solution. Perhaps someone
> else (Vegard?) knows better.

I've given it more tries, and it seems I was confused: the global mark 
works as expected with inserted text. It's with yanking or killing text 
that it does not work. As requested by Vegard and you, I'll open an 



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