Bold and Italicised words not rendering #31

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neitony opened this Issue Jan 21, 2013 · 11 comments

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@neitony

Strings between the '_' and '*' characters do not render italic or bold respectively.

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@jonuts

Are you using console vim or gvim? I found that in the console most formatting does not work but in gvim it does.

@neitony
@xolox
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Hey neitony,

Do any of the other syntax items work? Or do all of them work except for italic and bold? What version of Vim are you using? (you can use :version to find it)

@xolox
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The only possible cause for this that I can think of is a non-default value for the iskeyword option. Please execute :verbose set iskeyword? and post the output here if you are still having this issue.

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@xolox
Owner

I just tried to reproduce this with your value of iskeyword but it works fine for me. Apparently there are other differences between our two setups... Can you provide an example of a note where you expected italic and/or bold rendering but it won't show up?

@tarunnurat

Hi. I have the same problem. Bold and italiscised words don't work. I'm also using macvim. This is the output when I run :verbose set iskeyword?

iskeyword=@,48-57,_,192-255,-
Last set from ~/.vim/bundle/vim-notes/ftplugin/notes.vim

I've attached a sceenshot of the issue.

screenshot 2014-12-13 21 38 01

Otherwise this is a great plugin!

Thanks.

@marksibrahim

Likewise, the asterisks surrounding the word "bold"
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don't render bold
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These screenshots are in macvim.

@chemzqm

Looks like it's a font problem, when I comment the line
set guifont=Source\ Code\ Pro\ for\ Powerline:h13
I can get bold and Italic text rendering on macvim

@chemzqm

The font I've used lacks support for bold and Italic, so I download another font [https://github.com/adobe-fonts/source-code-pro] after import all the otf file with font book and change the guifont setting to set guifont=Source\ Code\ Pro:h13, it works perfectly now.

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