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Location: Shanghai, China
|Posted: Sat Mar 17, 2012 8:32 am Post subject: How to make gvim maximized at startup
|I want to make gvim maximized at startup. I've searched google and already tried these two methods, both failed.
|au GUIEnter * simalt ~x |
in .vimrc, but that gave me a very very big window, what I want is an exactly maximized gvim.
|set lines=999 columns=999 |
I am using Xfce, the keyboard shortcut for maximizing a window is Alt + F10, so what's the solution?
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