Hi, I have set up my neovim config listchars like so:

vim.opt.listchars = { tab = "│ ", trail = "·", precedes = "<", extends = ">", nbsp = "○" }

But for empty lines between the indentations there are these awful holes left.

I used to use intent-blankline.nvim but I want to try to tone down my plugin usage, and I pretty much used it only to fix this issue, could somebody help me?

  • ★ L0Wigh
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    11 months ago

    Well, it’s not an issue or a bug. It’s a logical way to work. When you create a newline to space some code, there is not tab char on it. So (neo)vim just show an empty line (no tab list char)

  • @[email protected]
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    211 months ago

    This is Neovim specific, not Vim. I haven’t looked at Neovim in a couple years. What else is in your config? According to the git directions, it looks like you should have:

    require("indent_blankline").setup {
        show_end_of_line = true,
    }
    

    in there. Again, I don’t run Neovim, so I can’t test it out.

  • @[email protected]
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    111 months ago

    These are actually important. The “holes” show you that there is no (spurious) whitespace on that line.