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A terminal emulator (or terminal, for short) displays characters, colours, and the cursor on the screen. Vi & Vim are run inside of a terminal, gVim is not.

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Prevent Vim from clearing the terminal after exit

If I do: $ less file And press q to exit less, I stil see the same text as I had on the screen when less was still running. However, if I do $ vim file And :q, my terminal is blanked... ...
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Terminal borked after invoking Vim with xargs

I've sometimes tried invoking Vim using xargs, like this: find . -name '*.java' | xargs vim … which kind of works: As Vim launches, I see the following warning flash briefly: Vim: Warning: Input ...
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Tmux is changing part of the background in vim

This only seems to happens when using vim inside of tmux. I'm also using iTerm 2. If I create a new tmux pane or resize a tmux pane, it immediately looks like the this: And then the only way to fix ...
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Scroll the screen, not the cursor, when using scrollwheel

I'm using Vim in a terminal, so scrolling with the scroll wheel uses the \e[A and \e[B syntax (where \e symbolizes \x1b, or escape). However, Vim interprets this by moving the cursor up or down a ...
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