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I want to view a big blob of text (ascii-graphics), but when I use :set nowrap some < and > symbols appears at the left and right borders of the buffer window.

They are kinda annoying and I want to use maximum of available width.

How can hide them?

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The command

:set listchars-=extends:>,precedes:<

will "hide" them by removing them from the 'listchars' list. You can also change their value by modifying the string after the colon(:). (Colon and comma are forbidden.)

The way :set-= works you need to pass the exact values to remove them, so it might be a good idea to check the values with

:set listchars?

before you remove them.

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