Now, I am starting to use vim to edit "normal text", that is, other than programming code.
Thus, a "line" is really a paragraph, and is usually "long".
In the very end of the current GUI window, there are some more space, but if it is shorter than the next line, that is not shown and space is wasted.
This effectively makes my window (already being split) quite small.
In such case, how to make vim to split the next line, partly shown in the current window, leaving the rest displayed in next window, so that I see the latter half when I press
Shown is a part of an essay I wrote in Chinese, with screenshot cropped at the lower half of the GUI window. As you can see, there is plenty of space between line 14 and the display of current filename, but line 15 is too long to be fit in such space.
I bet someone has asked this, but I don't know the name of this action, nor the keyword to find this information.