On 01/06/12 12:09, Alexey wrote:
> is it possible to limit (say to 3) the number of empty lines shown after the EOF when scrolling down with a mouse in Vim GUI?
> 'scrolloff' has no effect here.
> I think it can save a few "mouse strokes" when scrolling to end of file and then having to return.
I think mouse scrolling in gvim is set so you can scroll until the last
line in the file is at the top of the window; however if you want to
scroll from wherever you are to until the last line in the file is at
the _bottom_ of the window (assuming of course that the file is longer
than the window), just hit ggG at the keyboard (or even just G if the
bottom line is not currently visible). (This will also place the cursor
on the last line.)
You may want to map this to something which you normally don't use:
map <F2> ggG
imap <F2> <C-O>gg<C-O>G
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