Re: scrolling with line numbers on
- Gary Holloway wrote:
> I hate to report a problem that I cannot consistently reproduce, but...I have not seen this. We'll need some more information.
> With line numbering is turned on, I frequently see a scrolling glitch.
> When any command that produces many lines of output (e.g., :set, :syn,
> :registers, etc.) scrolls its output, there is a "frozen" region in
> the text portion of the window (where the file contents are) on the
> right that is the same number of columns as used by the line numbers
> on the left.
> i.e., The text of the file being edited remains in tact in the
> right-most 8 columns of the text area as the (truncated) messages
> scroll past.
> The output uses the full window width in the cmdheight region of the
> gvim window, but as it scrolls into (what would be) the text area, the
> output is truncated as it scrolls up.
> Hopefully that makes sense. It's a bit hard to describe.
> Unfortuately, I cannot come up with a specific way to consistently
> repeat the problem, and it will suddenly work correctly, even in the
> same gvim session.
> Maybe someone else has seen this behavior?
What version of gvim? Scrolling is system specific.
Do you have any vertical window splits perhaps?
Is the Vim window overlappped with another window?
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