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Vim glitch screen while scrolling using <C-d>

I am using vim on wsl (ubuntu2004). It works just fine if it is slow scrolling however if I scroll it fasted using jump scrolling <C-d> or <C-u> it makes the screen have some rendering ...
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Bottom Padding In Vim?

My (n)vim window looks like this: Line 91 is the end of the document, and it's flush with the document name at the bottom (essentially the bottom of the screen). How do I "move" that line ...
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How to scroll in another window without switching to it?

There is a keybinding in Emacs that lets you scroll in another window that you're not currently working on (C-M-v to scroll-other-window-down and C-M-V to scroll-other-window-up). For example, in a ...
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Less latency when scrolling with ctrl-e and ctrl-y

Is there a way to scroll faster using Ctrl-e and Ctrl-y? When I hold down Ctrl+e for example, it scrolls one line of text but then pauses for about half a second before scrolling the rest of the text. ...
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How to keep cursor vertically aligned to center even at the end of buffer?

I would like to keep my cursor centered vertically as I type away in insert mode even when I reach the end of the buffer I am editing (at which point I would like the virtual lines starting with ~ to ...
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Flicker during scroll in single window?

If I run vim without tmux in urxvt v9.22 or xterm 330, it flicks after a full screen scroll. $ seq 1000 >test $ vim --clean test execute G or /13$ and nnnnnnn, you should see it flickers. If you ...
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Why isn't this implemented by default in vim? (line by line Scroll) [closed]

Very often, my preferred way of navigating a file in vim is by "scrolling" line by line. By scrolling, I mean shifting the lines up/down while keeping the cursor on the same line and ...
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View lines above and below current cursor

Is there a way to get 10 lines above and beneath the current cursor? Similar to set scrolloff=10 but I only want to do it ONCE, not change the setting... Clarification: I want at least 10 lines. If ...
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Can I trigger a command when the status bar shows up or hides?

I'm using set laststatus=1 so the status bar is only visible when needed, e.g. to display file names when multiple splits are open. However, when the status bar shows up, the existing buffer seems to ...
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Vim not rendering text when moving up

I can move down until the last line of a file with no issues. However, when move up the text that was out of screen bounds does not render (as shown by the figure) until i press Ctrl + L to force ...
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display visual lastline instead of whole line with 'wrap' on [duplicate]

With set wrap, is there any way to not show the whole logical line when scrolling after the last line or before the first with gj and gk, but only the visual line? The goal is to prevent jerky ...
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Vim background colors render incorrectly

When I scroll inside vim white spaces seem to get highlighted. Also the background color is the one I use to signal the 80 column while it should be the same color as the terminal as it can be seen in ...
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No automatic scrolling when opening splits

When using plugins, splits are often created to show something, e.g. a quickfixlist or the taglist. If the split is opened (especially for horizontal splits), the original window is automatically ...
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Remove 'jumps' when moving to last and first line in Vim [duplicate]

I have the display option set to lastline so that the last line is shown even if all it doesn't fit on the window. When moving down visual lines with gj to the last line that is only partially visible,...
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How to map commands to key release events

When I press and hold j or k, they are repeated by the OS interface (I presume). Vim seems to scroll on each character produced by the keyboard. This makes the scroll pause shortly right after holding ...
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Scrolling with trackpad not working Macvim

I have just installed MacVim on my new Macbook. But I have a problem: on Linux I was able to scroll through my code—vertically moving my cursor—by using my trackpad. But on Macvim this doesn't work ...
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Move cursor and screen together

I am implementing a smooth scrolling function for <C-u> and <C-d>, which just sleeps for a few milliseconds and then moves the screen up (<C-y>) or down (<C-e>) one line: ...
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How to follow the output of a command in a terminal window

I recently decided to give a try at neovim and one thing is bothering me: I use a terminal window to run my code watcher i.e. a never ending command which outputs new lines each time I write a buffer....
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Is there a keybinding that allows to scroll through the status line?

I was wondering if it was possible to scroll (left or right) along the status line so that the content (which could not be displayed due to the size of the window) could be seen. Perhaps there is a ...
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Keep `scroll` equal to current window height

Is there a way to update scroll every time window height changes? I know, that I can achieve the same behavior calling winheight(0) on each ctrld press as suggested here, but I'm curious if there is ...
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don't use scrolloff=5 for mouse clicks

I use (neo)vim with mouse=a and scrolloff=5. Clicking on one of the top or bottom five lines with the mouse causes the screen to jump (so that the new cursor position is more centered), which ...
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Show / hide horizontal scrollbar depending on “wrap” option

I'm trying to show / hide horizontal scrollbar conditionally, depending on wrap option: with wrap - show horizontal scrollbar with nowrap - hide Here is what I tried, but for some reason it doesn't ...
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What is the [0/0] that pops up in corner of tmux vim if I try to scroll up?

When I'm in vim on tmux with terminal and I scroll up, the cursor will jump to where my mouse is and show a [0/0] on the right corner of my window. When that happens, I can't type or move the cursor ...
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How do I make vim display virtual space at the bottom when opening a file?

I really like not having my cursor at the bottom part of the screen. Using :set scrolloff=20 does help when scrolling down a file, but it doesn't work when I reach the bottom (unless I zz). Another ...
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Using horizontal scroll commands without setting `nowrap`

I tend to use a lot of vertical splits in my vim (version 8.1, via Arch Linux official repos) usage (on top of tabs, horizontal splits, tmux, etc.), and it gets frustrating when many of my lines wrap ...
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gVim: How to prevent horizonal scrollbar from resetting when scrolling vertically?

I am quite new to Vim and am trying to configure gVim with some of the behaviour that I like from notepad++. I disabled text wrapping with :set nowrap, then added the horizontal scrollbar with :set ...
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Keeping the window filled with the document

I would like to make Vim behave a little more like the less(1) pager: if I scroll to the bottom of the document (e.g. using Ctrl-F), I want the last line of the file to be displayed at the bottom of ...
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zt for horizontal scrolling

I love the keybindings zt zb and zz. They redraw the current window such that your cursor stays at the same place in the document, but it moves on your screen. The cursor will now be at the top, the ...
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How to disable default mouse wheel behavior in iTerm?

I have: nnoremap <ScrollWheelUp> k nnoremap <S-ScrollWheelUp> k nnoremap <C-ScrollWheelUp> k nnoremap <ScrollWheelDown> j nnoremap <S-ScrollWheelDown> j nnoremap <C-...
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What key presses/escape codes does vim expect for <ScrollWheelLeft> and <ScrollWheelRight>?

I'm working with a terminal emulator, and want to send the right key presses/escape sequences to vim, so it inteprets them as the left/right scroll wheel buttons. 64/65 works for up/down: <...
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Scroll view up or down while in insert mode

I really like Ctrl-E and Ctrl-Y in normal mode, which expose additional lines at the bottom or top of the screen (respectively) without moving the cursor. I'd like to do the same thing in insert mode ...
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Scrollback in Vim 8 Terminal

Been really loving the asynchronous terminal in Vim 8. Sometimes I have a large amount of output in the terminal, and when I enter normal mode in the terminal and use gg to go to the top, I see that ...
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Scroll wheel inserts seemingly-random characters in cygwin vim, depending on where on the screen the mouse cursor is

I have the following options set to non-default values, as reported by :redir @+ | :set | @redir end: --- Options --- autochdir cscopetag foldcolumn=7 hlsearch lazyredraw relativenumber sidescroll=1 ...
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remote scrollbind with an offset (to increase the viewing area, over two screens)

Could I just duplicate what scrollbind does, and use tmux to send-keys to the other vim? I have vim on an android device (in termux), and want the effect of spreading vim over another device's ...
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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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How to scroll back in the output of the last Ex command after pressing `g<`?

From :h g<: The g< command can be used to see the last page of previous command output. This is especially useful if you accidentally typed <Space> at the hit-enter prompt. You are ...
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Keep current line in same position when toggling folds (zi)?

When toggling folds with zi, any folds expanding above the current line cause the current line to disorientingly jump to a different place on the screen. How can I keep the current line fixed in the ...
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Scrolling the terminal with vi shortcuts? [closed]

I have vi shortcuts set on my gnome-terminal and can't figure out how to scroll through the terminal's output after the change. Before I could use Shift+Page-up, but this isn't working in normal or ...
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Make ctrl-j and ctrl-k work like they do in less?

I would like to use ctrl-k and ctrl-j to not only move the cursor up or down (by lines), but also to scroll the portion of the document that is visible. Effectively, leave the cursor where it is and ...
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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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gvim Linux - GUI scroll without cursor shift

When we write code, we usually jump between different parts of the code (using the scrolling or the search functions). In this situations, on Linux, *vim shifts the cursor to the visible area. For ...
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keep same column when navigating by pages?

<c-d> and <c-u> both, by default, drop you in the first non-whitespace column of the given row. This behavior is kind of distracting when quickly scanning through pages. Is there a way to ...
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norm ^E command works when I type it manually, but fails in an autoloaded vim file. Why?

(Vim 8.0, Windows 7) I wanted to make an autocmd for loading a certain file, that scrolls down five lines from the beginning of the file. It does other things too, so the autocmd itself (inside of an ...
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Avoid Scrolling When Switching Back to a Buffer

When switching back to a buffer (.e.g with Ctrl^ and :bn, etc.), Vim tries to scroll whatever line the cursor was on last to the center of the window. I find this behavior extremely disorienting, so I ...
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How do I map H and L to scroll by one screen if the cursor in already on the top line or bottom line

Basically map H and L based on the cursor positon. If I press H the cursor should go to top of the screen and if I press H again I want to scroll up by one page.
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How do you page through the jump list?

With the :jumps command, you can display the list of jump locations to aid navigation. That is you can use CTRL_O and CTRL_I to jump backwards and forwards respectively. However, my jump lists appear ...
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Showing lines above beginning of document

Editing at the top or bottom of the screen is uncomfortable, so why use zz all the time (also scrolloff). That works fine in the middle of the document, and in the end, and I can keep the cursor ...
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align/spread file content in vertically split windows

I have a single buffer open across multiple vertically split windows and all the windows have scrollbind set. However, before setting scrollbind, I had to scroll down in second window in order to make ...
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How to bring current line & cursor at 25% from top of screen?

zz moves current line & cursor at the middle of the screen. zt moves current line & cursor at the top of the screen. Is there a way to do the same as zz and zt, but for a quarter (25%) from ...
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Keeping context while scrolling

Suppose I have a very long file, for example: class X { // ... void foo() { // ... if (something) { a00(); a01(); a02(); // ... ...