As I already told one of your colleagues (Kristy M. C., and the ticket
number was KMM35615871V31530L0KM), the problem is that you are getting
emails posted to the mutual-help mailing list for the "Vim" text editor.
They have nothing to do with eBay. I don't know how you were "subscribed" to
that list (maybe a prank from some disgruntled ex-colleague of yours?) but I
suggest you do the following:
1. Identify which exact eBay email address receives emails addressed To or
Cc [hidden email] (the latter is the mailing list address).
2. Using as a "From" address the eBay address determined at step 1, send an
email to [hidden email] -- the contents of that email can be
anything, it may even be empty.
3. There will be an autoreply to that same eBay address, telling you how to
complete the unsubscribe. You should read it and act on it. Once you do, you
won't get those vim-list messages anymore.
----- Original Message -----
From: "eBay Customer Support" <[hidden email]>
To: "Tony Mechelynck" <[hidden email]>
Sent: Friday, July 22, 2005 11:03 PM
Subject: Re: Right-click menu (KMM35908629V66212L0KM)
> Thank you for writing to eBay customer support. My name is Dan. I
> Understand that your are having some difficulties with this pop up menu.
> After reading your email, I am unclear as to the exact problem you are
> experiencing. I am ready to help you with this issue, but for me to
> help, I need you to send in more information such as where you are
> trying this on eBay. This will help me answer your question correctly.
> Please send back a detailed explanation of your problem and I will reply
> to you very quickly.
> Thank you so much for writing into eBay with all your patience and I
> humbly hope you have great future transactions.
> Dan H.
> eBay Customer Support
> Original Message Follows:
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Halim, Salman" <[hidden email]>
> To: "vim mailing list" <[hidden email]>
> Sent: Thursday, July 21, 2005 6:32 PM
> Subject: Right-click menu
>> Hello, all,
>> In Gvim, is there any way to customize the menu that pops up when the
>> user right-clicks in the text? Is it possible to capture this motion
>> and create a menu dynamically?
>> I'm trying to have the right-click show alternative spelling
>> for the current word, basically...
>> Thank you,
> Method I (easiest for simple cases, but only in some GUI versions):
> The menu that pops up if 'mousemodel' includes "popup" is the PopUp
> see ":help popup-menu". You can define it and change it just like any
> Method II (also for console Vim with mouse):
> You could map <RightMouse> to whatever suited you, possibly using the
> ":popup" command to pop up any menu, or calling a function which first
> creates a menu and then pops it up.
> Best regards,