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Thread: Transparent Windows In GVim?

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    Transparent Windows In GVim?

    How would one make the windows see-through in Gvim?

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    Re: Transparent Windows In GVim?

    It appears from Googling that this capability was removed from standard GVim and is only available in MacVim.

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    Re: Transparent Windows In GVim?

    Or you can run standard vim in a translucent terminal.

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    Re: Transparent Windows In GVim?

    Okay. It would have been more convenient, or maybe this is something we should bring up in the next discussion about what to do next?

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    Re: Transparent Windows In GVim?

    Quote Originally Posted by Tinker Tantrum View Post
    Okay. It would have been more convenient, or maybe this is something we should bring up in the next discussion about what to do next?
    Not sure what you're getting at here.
    Of course, I could be a troll and say "use Transparent Emacs".

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    Re: Transparent Windows In GVim?

    that's terrible
    Quote Originally Posted by cortman View Post
    It appears from Googling that this capability was removed from standard GVim and is only available in MacVim.

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