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Posted by: Anonymous Coward on May 17, 2007 07:18 AM
"Cream doesn't change the appearance of gVim."
"If you've used gVim before, you'll notice that, post-Cream, the menus have changed. As one friend of mine put it, 'Cream un-techified Vim.' Gone are menus like Syntax and Buffers, which have been replaced by more user-friendly menus with names like Format, Settings, and Insert. You don't have to dig as deeply through Cream's menus to find the command that you're looking for; those commands are just a couple of clicks away."

So it actually does change the appearance of gVim quite a bit...


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