I'm now setting up Vim for use with LaTeX. This is about setting up the indentation. In the picture below, there are many things that need tweaking. Everything between
\vskip .5cm and
\vskip 1in is just one hard line (as opposed to 3 soft-wrapped lines).
- I want the soft-wrapped lines to follow the original indentation, in this case, the indentation of
Once upon a time...
- At the right side of the screenshot,
calledare badly broken. If they don't fit the line width, they might as well move to the next (soft) line altogether. UPDATE: Now I have this fixed with
My pertinent settings in
set ts=4 set sw=4 set autoindent set linebreak
Solutions I've tried
:help autoindent, I find that I can use
gqgq to format the current hard line, like so:
The single hard line now becomes 4 hard lines. However, that's not what I want. I believe that what I'm looking for is soft wrapping with proper indentation. Can I do that in Vim? How?