Hi, ... In Vim7, you can scroll back and forth the output of a command at the more prompt using the following commands: u - scroll back a page d - scroll down
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, Apr 1, 2006
On 4/1/06, Yakov Lerner <iler.ml@...> wrote:
> On 4/1/06, Eric Arnold <eric_p_arnold@...> wrote:
> > There seems to be a way to "redir" something to all sorts of places but not
> > into a buffer. Am I missing something? Almost always all I want to do is suck
> > command/message window stuff into a buffer and edit it. I know it's not that
> > hard to use it via the registers, but still....
> "ViewOutput : scroll back and search [long] output of vim command"
In Vim7, you can scroll back and forth the output of a command at
the more prompt using the following commands:
u - scroll back a page
d - scroll down a page
b - back a screen
<Space> - down a screen
g - Go to the beginning of the output
G - Go to the end of the output
The normal mode command "g<" displays the last page of the
previous command output.
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