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Thor's answer didn't mention disabling the vertical "scrollopt", which makes both windows scroll vertically. So for me the complete solution is pasting this into vim: :set scrollopt+=hor :set scrollopt-=ver :set nowrap :1split :windo set scrollbind


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Perhaps you ran a subshell from an editor, and it left the terminal in the alternate screen. You can test that by tput rmcup which would return to the normal display. While in the alternate screen, some terminals may override the scroll-wheel action by sending up/down cursor escapes.


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Probably you cannot. xterm (and the programs which act like it) makes a distinction between mouse operations with/without the shift modifier: the unshifted operations can be programmed, i.e., an application can send an escape sequence telling xterm to send back escape sequences for each mouse click. the unshifted operations cannot be programmed in this ...


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Use the command: synclient VertTwoFingerScroll=1



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