Questions tagged [wrapping]

Vim is able to wrap lines when they are longer than the width of the window or than a user-defined width. Questions about how to customize this behavior.

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What is the best practice in vim8 for wrapping with indentation aka breakindent

To have proper paragraph wrapping with indentation in vim (after vim7.4) we could use this: " Wrap the text with identation isntead of the old way set breakindent set showbreak=\ \\_ Since vim8 ...
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Set line breaks, word wraps and word searching for Thai and other non-latin languages

I can set the text width and can manually line break imported paragraphs with the following as an example. set textwidth=72 gqq I can also navigate English text files with the standard 'w' 'b' 'e' '*...
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Why does the vim-jedi popup have weird line wrapping?

When I'm nearing the right-hand side of my vim window, the vim-jedi's pop has some weird line-wrapping behavior: Is this normal behavior? How can I get the popup window to be shifted leftwards and ...
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Treating lines wrapped with `linebreak` as separate lines

I know the linebreak option can be used to soft-wrap lines within vim (without inserting any newlines into the file being edited). However, I often need to navigate over long lines that have been ...
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Syntax-aware line wrapping

Is there a way to make the automatic line wrapping of vim aware of the syntax of the file instead of just wrapping at the closest whitespace? I am specifically interested in Python but I guess it ...
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Prevent Vim from breaking up inline code blocks in (r)markdown

I edit R-markdown files a lot, and this entails writing inline code blocks, such as `r sum(mylongvectorname)` I usually have my text hard-wrapped at 80 chars, and this causes problems for the ...
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Extending the true line width to enable screen readers to see what blind users cannot

Vim is outstanding. It holds a lot of potential for blind users. I still have one out-of-the-box problem when using vim with screen readers (tested with both NVDA and System Access). But that surely ...
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The indent of wrapped lines

My vimrc about wrap is set like this: set wrap "Wrap lines set breakindent " indent after line wrapped But the wrapped lines are not equal in length, such as: line 1: some contents ..... <end&...
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Possible to exclude comments from textwidth?

I recently discovered the textwidth setting, which lets me configure vim to insert a "smart" whitespace-delimited carriage return as I'm typing when my line of text exceeds my specified limit. Is ...
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Dividing long paragraphs across pages

By default, vim will not split long paragraphs (or any paragraphs (= long lines)) across pages. Instead of showing the first part of a paragraph that does not fit into the page entirely, it leaves out ...
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How to make Vim not be a line editor

Vim is famously (or infamously) a child of line-based editing. For many cases this is acceptable. But I wish to use it primarily as an academic tool with large amounts of text. I want the experience ...
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Wrap matches shown by You Complete Me

Is it possible to wrap the matches shown by YCM ? My current workaround is to decrease font size till I am able to see it and then increase font size. This is tedious and painful. Is there any other ...
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How do I reformat a paragraph using a different value for textwidth than the default one?

Sometimes I want to reformat a paragraph using gq but with a different value than the one set in my configuration for this filetype. Since this happens only occasionally within a buffer of such type (...
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Wrap specific lines in buffer

is it possible to set nowrap to a line range in the active buffer and set wrap to everything else? I edit LaTeX files. I want to see everything after \begin{document}. but only see the general ...