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In tmux you can resize a pane gradually using the key combination CTRL+B CTRL+<arrow-key> to resize a split between panes. Can the same be done in vim between a split-buffer pane?

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<ctrl>+w (to enter "resize mode") followed by <n>+/<n>- will make the window larger by <n> lines. E.g. <ctrl>+w then 5+ makes the current window 5 lines taller.

I often use <ctrl>+w and then _ (underscore) to make the current window the larges possible. When I'm done I use <ctrl>+w then = to make all of the windows the same size.

Hope that helps.

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