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Vim keeps freezing/hanging when scrolling out of bounds

My Vim keeps flashing and freezing (not sure if right word to use) whenever I scroll out of bounds (go too far on ANYTHING). Ex: If I'm on line 1 and try to move up / on the last line and try to ...
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tmux mouse mode and scrolling very unstable - garbage printed

I am using (or trying to) tmux on Linux Mint 15 via byobu. I am finding the mouse mode very hard to use since most of the time instead of counting it as a click, the terminal prints out random ...
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key repeat when scrolling in tmux

When using tmux, I would like to keep the PgUp/Down key pressed to scroll quickly between pages. I press Ctrl-b PgUp to enter copy mode and to scroll the page, but if I keep it pressed, nothing ...
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linux terminal, see the output one page at a time

I am running a make file and when it runs it prints a whole bunch of log with errors and warnings. Please let me know how will I be able to see the output one page at a time. Or after the make file is ...
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Linux terminal, my program only resumes after scrolling the printout

I am using Ubuntu 12.04, unity. I have a program running in terminal. It is supposed to run for ~10 hours. But it halted after I came back after a few hours. The CPU usage shows that the program is ...
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594 views

Disable Mouse Horizontal Scrolling on Linux

Recently my mouse fell on the ground and now whenever I move it, it scrolls to left or right insanely! (the problem is with the mouse, it scrolls to left/right all the time) I'm wondering how can I ...
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How can I still see the 'man' text after I quit man?

I typically use tcsh or bash and often want to use 'man' to review a command's options. Currently when I quit man or ctrl-C, the man text disappears and I see the scrollback buffer that was there ...
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1answer
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Tunning scrolling in urxvt

I'm using rxvt-unicode version 9.06 at Ubuntu 9.10. I was used to aterm, where you can use SHIFT + up/down arrow to scroll the printed output with a line up or down. You can also use SHIFT + ...
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How to assign commands or keystrokes to the mouse scroll wheel(linux)?

I have a lil' problem with a new project. I'd like to find out how to set the ability to change to the next track in a playlist by using ongly the scroll wheel of a standard usb mouse. The objective ...