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As title. For example, say I imagine there is something like scrolloffTop and scrolloffBottom and I can set each with different values. If there is no such options, I would like to know is it possible to achieve this by script.

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    There are no such options, AFAIK; scrolloff is what there is.
    – D. Ben Knoble
    Dec 15 '21 at 13:51
  • So sad. I need these option...
    – job_start
    Dec 15 '21 at 14:44
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Here's a script that will set a different scrolloff value when the cursor is in the top or bottom half of the window (12 and 0 respectively in the example).

It uses the CursorMoved event, which will trigger quite often. This might not be the best approach.

augroup switchScrolloffTopBottom
  autocmd!
  autocmd CursorMoved * if winline() < &lines/2
        \| setlocal scrolloff=12
        \|else
        \| setlocal scrolloff=0 
        \|endif
augroup END
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    I'm willing to burn my CPU to have this feature. Thanks a lot!
    – job_start
    Dec 16 '21 at 7:56

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