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redraw problem after returning from external command

When I'm executing an external command in silent mode in vim, when it returns the screen is blank and I need to redraw it. Here's how I solve it in the .vimrc nnoremap <F5> :silent :make<CR&...
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How to let the latest message persist on redraw?

The problem I have is, for example, when using undo (u in normal mode) or redo, sometimes the message, like 1 change; before #520 09:20:15 stays, but more often it flickers for a split second and ...
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Vim does not redraw screen and cursorlines remain drawn

I think this question of mine should be closed, since I do not have access to that computer anymore, so I can't check wheter the answers are effective solutions or not. I never had this problem, but ...
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How to force redraw when returning to command line from command line history window?

Something that's bothered me for about a decade now is that when I switch from command line into the command-line-history window (by pressing <c-f>) and then switch back (by pressing <c-c>)...
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vim does not redraw the screen properly when scrolling the page up or down line-by-line

I am connected to a Windows SSH server from a Linux client, on Windows I end up in a Powershell. For small,quick edits I use the official vim windows console binary. It seems to work without ...
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Cursorline/Columnline slowdown

I have recently recompiled vim, and ever since, when I have a big file, the scrolling gets slow. cursorline seems to be the problem; it doesn't matter if I use any of my plugins, if I have cursorline ...
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Vim's remote-send, without intermediate redraws?

I'm using Vim as a (debugger) frontend, but am bothered by the "flickering" screens when sending multiple commands at once. My current setup already uses lazyredraw that should work for functions. I ...