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As you have stated in your question, you don't want to use a new mapping for this. (I'm also more in favour of "vanilla" vim key-bindings if possible, so I can use my muscle-memory on other systems aswell) The following vim keys let you paste with an additional space, without the need to leave insert mode for pasting: a) Paste after a word somewhere in the ...


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I'm assuming that by "terminal buffers" you mean the :terminal command. In theory you can just use the ++cols=1000 option or :set termsize (8.0)/set termwinsize (8.1) commands to set a wider terminal width, at the expense of having to scroll to read the whole line. In practice, this new feature seems rather buggy. There are other options, however. Copying ...


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