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Lines in VIM that wordwrapped on show @ on that line instead of the text if any part of the text is off-screen. How do I get it so I can see partial wordwrapped text like other editors?

Before:

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After:

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Just to clarify, it's only when you have a very long line and it wraps past the bottom of the viewable area? – hometoast Jan 13 '11 at 18:27
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Add this to your ~/.vimrc or _vimrc:

set display=lastline

See

:help 'display'

for more information.

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you might want set display+=lastline in the unlikely situation in which you already have the uhex option set. – frabjous Jan 13 '11 at 19:49

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