Tim Chase wrote:
> To reproduce (in gvim6.1, on Win2k) (where ^W is ctrl+w)
> gvim -u NONE -U NONE 1.txt
> :set splitright
> :vsp 2.txt
> :sp 3.txt
> :sp 4.txt
> :sp 5.txt
> :sp 6.txt
> There are now two scroll bars on the left of window #3. If you ^Wj to
> drop into that window, it refreshes properly to a single scrollbar. But
> if you ^Wl^Wj (which should go right to 6, then up to the help window),
> the double scroll-bars come back. A little further testing shows that
> dropping from the help window to window #3 shows as many vertical
> scroll-bars as there are windows in the column of windows you left to go
> to the help. Further, more wild scenarios can develop (using more than
> two columns, etc), so I'm not sure how to narrow it to a simplest case for
> testing, but this seems to do the trick for reproducing it.
> Fortunately, it's not a crashing bug, or anything so drastic--just a
> little refresh/screen-updating anomaly :)
For more fun: drag the vertical separator left-right while the cursor is
in the help window: You'll see the scrollbars appear and disappear.
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the odd Jesus Christ out and lose Oh fuck off, but to retain 'fart in
your general direction', 'castanets of your testicles' and 'oral sex'
and ask him for an 'A' rating on that basis.
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