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Yes, I did try the cinkeys method also, which worked in some, but not all cases for me. I do have some good news though. I did get the functionality finally with the .vimrc file I quote below. However I still plan to borrow some coolness from ovid.
:set nocompatible :filetype plugin indent on :syntax enable :set background=dark :set tabstop=3 :set shiftwidth=3 :set softtabstop=3 :set ignorecase :set expandtab :set modeline :set ruler :set showmatch :set nohlsearch :autocmd BufWritePre * :%s/\s\+$//e :nnoremap <F5> :set invpaste paste?<CR> :set pastetoggle=<F5> :let perl_fold = 1 :set foldmethod=syntax :set cursorline :set cursorcolumn :autocmd FileType perl highlight OverLength ctermbg=green ctermfg=whit +e guibg=#E293AA :match OverLength /\%81v.*/ :set number :set backspace=eol,indent,start :autocmd BufReadPost * if line("'\"") > 0 && line("'\"") <= line("$") +| exe "normal g'\"" | endif

In reply to Re^2: Can't get vim to stop outdenting Perl comments, any ideas? by Tommy
in thread Can't get vim to stop outdenting Perl comments, any ideas? by Tommy

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