[Vimprobable-users] Sorry + Internationalization

Hannes Schüller hannes at yllr.net
Fri Aug 6 14:29:46 GMT 2010

On Fri, Aug 06, 2010 at 08:27:24AM +0200, Eivind Michael Skretting wrote:
> On Thu, Aug 05, 2010 at 10:25:01PM +0200, Hannes Schüller wrote:
> > You mean the tab completion from history/bookmarks? This works for me.
> > 
> No, I meant for using search engines. For example, the word "ørn" shows
> up as "Ã,l", which is really annoying. 
> But I've just discovered that this behavior is gone when using other
> search engines than google, which I guess I should do anyway, so
> thanks ;)

Yes, well, that seems to be a problem with Unicode encoding on Google's 
side. Little a browser can do about this.

> > Not sure there is a common consensus here. Personally, I prefer case 
> > sensitive matching, because unlike searching for a string on the page 
> > itself, I can already see the word I'm going to type in this case.
> I don't think this will be very hard to get used to, so like I said this
> is no big deal. But if it were easy to change, it *could* have been an
> option in the config.h.

Yes, I'll put it on my list - I see this could be useful.


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