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comment In vim, background color changes on scrolling
I've managed to reproduce the behavior in both lxterminal and gnome-terminal.
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comment In vim, background color changes on scrolling
With -u NONE there are no colors for this to happen. However, with just the command :colorscheme lucius it still happens...
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comment In vim, background color changes on scrolling
Here is an example screenshot of this behavior. I scrolled up and instead of the lovely grayish background, there is some ugly black stuff. screenshot
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comment In vim, background color changes on scrolling
I've done a bit more playing, and it seems to happen only when I have my terminal geometry set with a height larger than 30 or so. I'll have to do more testing to see if this holds, but maybe that information will help someone figure out what is wrong...