AW: highlighting in vi

Darren Marshall marshad@bemailhost.marconicomms.com
Tue Nov 7 07:07:00 GMT 2000


:noh

On Tue, Nov 07, 2000 at 09:53:00AM -0500, Ed Bradford/Raleigh/IBM wrote:
> Simplest way is to search for a nonexistant string. I haven't yet found a
> quicker way. Perhaps
> someone else has?
> 
> Ed
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> Tom Trelvik <ttt@po.cwru.edu>@sources.redhat.com on 11/07/2000 09:46:59 AM
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> Sent by:  cygwin-owner@sources.redhat.com
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> To:   cygwin@sources.redhat.com
> cc:
> Subject:  Re: AW: highlighting in vi
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> 
> 
>         So, this may be really simple, but how do you *un*highlight the
> results of a search in the vim that comes with cygwin?  Searching for a
> pattern highlights every occurrance found.  But that highlighting seems
> to stick, even on other files, and even if I get a new shell through
> cygwin (either before, or after closing the current).
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Tom
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