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I'm having trouble setting the GUI font for gVim. I hope someone can help me out.
I set the following in my ~/.vimrc file:
set guifont="Luxi Mono 9"
However, when I invoke gVim, it does not use that font. The "set guifont" command should also return "Luxi Mono 9," but it comes back blank.
Strangely, if I specify the same font through the command-line parameter, such as gvim -font="Luxi Mono 9", then gVim uses the appropriate font. The "set guifont" command returns the correct font name ("Luxi Mono 9"), too.
What am I doing wrong? Everything else I have in ~/.vimrc is working fine.
Thing not getting solved yet.
I thought I have a solution for the problem, but it doesnt.
What I used in is
autocmd BufEnter *.for source $HOME/.vimrcfor
And in the .vimrcfor I just add a line "set guifont=6x12".
It works well.
It seems that "set guifont" in .vimrc works only after the "source" or directly input with :set guifont=... after gvim startup, but no effect if I set it in .vimrc . And the other command in .vimrc work well, such as set hlsearch....
It works when you run the command by your hands, right? The 'source!' command
(by default in vimrc it does not contains exclamation point, did you add it?)
does exactly the same things, like you type them by yourself just after vim
runs. Did you add the char ':' in the begining of your local script line?