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How to get gvim to ask for my master password?
I'm using gvim on my home computer and need it to ask for my password (it remembers it from the last time). It will ask me for it but always says authentication failed. How can I make it not ask for a password (and instead just remember the password that I enter)?
You can check this if you have the following setting on your vimrc:
This is not the default setting. If you want to turn that on, you need to run something like :set noremap (M-/ to find the settings).
I prefer to map a key for this:
nnoremap :wl 0b46394aab