I tend to use a lot of vertical splits in my vim (version 8.1, via Arch Linux official repos) usage (on top of tabs, horizontal splits, tmux, etc.), and it gets frustrating when many of my lines wrap and eat up vertical real-estate when there's plenty of indent-borne whitespace.
I want to be able to read the tail of my code, but I also don't want those indents to eat up proportionally huge amounts of real-estate when I have vertical splits.
Now, I know I can use horizontal scroll commands (e.g.
zl) when I have
nowrap set in Vim. These commands, however, seem to be disabled when I set
How can I get the same effect with
wrap set (or similar)?
i.e. having the tail of the text wrap to the first visible column and still have horizontal scroll commands