For those who are working with the newest Debian version and are used to work along with the vim editor, the auto-enabled mouse behaviour might be quite offending.
At least for me, it was, that’s why was looking for a solution to turn off the mouse constantly.
So when you are working inside vim, and want to “right click” paste – you have to enter the following commands to get things temporary to work:
:set mouse="" :set paste
But those settings will get lost when you close the editor.
To make them persistent, go to the file:
From Line 69 it should look like the following:
if has('mouse') set mouse=a endif
comment out those three lines with ” to
" if has('mouse') " set mouse=a " endif
If you want to have paste mode enabled by default as well, add the following to the end of the file
to revert this setting during operation – just type:
within vim command mode and you’re set.