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Sometimes I see multiline popup-base errors in screencasts like the one below:

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Would anyone point me with a term or something to google it, as my ideas don't work for some reason?

Here's configs of the screencast author: https://github.com/jonhoo/configs/tree/master/editor/.config/nvim I still don't know where to look there :)

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    I don't understand your question? It looks like this comes from a plugin, possibly ALE or ycm or coc – Christian Brabandt Sep 25 at 10:37
  • @ChristianBrabandt I use ALE, but I've just tried COC and I still have these messages as a single line without wrapping, so almost all of them are out of screen :) – imbolc Sep 25 at 13:27
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    I still don't understand what you like to achieve. Please state clearly what problem you want to solve. – Christian Brabandt Sep 25 at 14:14
  • I want the linting message ([rustc E0608...) to be multilite as on the screenshot – imbolc Sep 25 at 14:42
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    NVIM v0.4.4 - the last nvim.appimage – imbolc Sep 25 at 15:04
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I finally found it's a pair of COC + rust-analyzer. But after playing with this I came back to LanguageClient-neovim + rls, because their single-line messages are always on screen, while multiline-once appear only if cursor is there.

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