Can someone please try this out and confirm:

On Tue, Jun 20, 2006 at 09:18:40PM -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
> All,
> I mentioned this problem once on the list before; however, the issue
> wasn't reproducible. Now I found a way to consistently reproduce it.
> 1. Open a new plain vim in a terminal.
> 2. ":h" to open a help window.
> 3. ":wincmd o" to close all other windows except the help window.
> 4. "G" to go to the last line.
> 5. "<c-e>" a few times (around 5) to scroll down.
> 6. ":tab split" to open a new tab.
> 7. ":tabclose" to close the new tab and return to the previous.
> After all of this, the space generated by scrolling (via <c-e>)
> disappears.
> --Matt

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