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>Not sure how many gVIM users exist in this group, but you may get more
>mileage in the VIM community since your question is more aligned with
>VIM code than what can be done in Windows while using VIM.
A few comments - the first few are "meta", the last addresses OP and his
1) I think this (I am reading this in comp.editors) is as good a place as
any on Usenet to ask VIM questions. It is certainly my "go to" place.
It ain't great, but it will do.
2) In the past, I have received advice similar to yours - to the effect
that "this isn't the place; Usenet is dead, etc, etc" and "You should join
the mailing lists on the VIM site". I have done so, and I'm not impressed.
I think I actually get better responsiveness here than there. They tend to
be a bit snooty over there.
3) Re: OP's issue. It can't be that hard. It has to be in some config
file somewhere. I did a little poking around on a Windows GVIM 7.4 install
and found a file called "menu.vim". I think this sets up the menu bar.
Find this file in your installation and look for lines that contain the
word "print" (in any capitalization) and you should figure out what to
remove. Look for lines that contain "tmenu" - which seems to be the
command to add something to the "toolbar" (i.e., menu).
If you comment out (or delete) the line that adds "Print" to the toolbar,
you should be good to go (but I have not tested this).
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