LaTeX-Suite attempts to provide a comprehensive set of tools to view, edit and compile LaTeX documents in Vim. Together, they provide tools starting from macros to speed up editing LaTeX documents to functions for forward searching .dvi documents.

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Shortcut for inserting matching \end{something} in VIM

I remember some time ago I always used a shortcut in VIM that allowed me to type this (<X> is indication of the location of the cursor): ... rest of document ... \begin{<ENVIRONMENT>} ...
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How to disable all Vim-LaTeX mappings?

I like some of the features provided by the Vim-LaTeX suite, but not all of them. In particular, I dislike all of the mappings like [[ = \left[ \right] and the automatic placeholder stuff with <++&...
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<F5> in vim-latex doesn't expand environment

I'm new to vim-latex and have been reading some tutorials. I've noticed that the behaviour of the F5 on my machine is rather different from what the tutorials tell me. I'm supposed to expect F5 to ...
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vim-latex always moves the cursor to the beginning of the line upon compilation. How do I stop this? [closed]

I have posted this question to /r/vim, with no success. The title basically explains the situation: every time I compile with <leader>ll, Vim moves my cursor to the beginning of the line, which ...
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Why is LateX Suite (Vim) so inconsistent

I am trying to transition to Latex Suite for Vim, but it seems to have several problems, observe: The first \subsection command (90) is shown but the second one (124) is not. Again the third one is (...
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Why does '<++>' appear every time I use vim-latex suite? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What does <++> signify? e.g. Using TeX-Environments to insert an enumerate will cause a strange symbol '<++>' at the end of \end{enumerate}. Anyone knows why and ...
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What are the <++> in Vim latex-suite after typing in a bracket pair? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: What does <++> signify? In typing bracket pairs while coding, I usually type the opening and closing bracket before typing in the contents like so: \documentclass{} ←...
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How can I use the Vim LaTeX-Suite multiple compile option with BibTeX and the -aux-directory option?

I have a document composed of several subfiles and so have used the -aux-directory command to put all of the temporary files in a subfolder, 'auxdir', to keep my working folder clear (and me sane). I ...
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Set up vim with latex-suite to use latexmk

Today I started using vim in combination with the latex-suite plugin, and so far I love it. Other editors also make using LaTeX easier by providing code completed and such, but latex-suites's ...
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Is there any cheat sheet for vim-latex mappings?

I wonder if anyone knows any list of "magical words" such as vaw`em which changes the format to italics of the current word for vim-latex different than this one
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What does <++> signify when using Vim LatexSuite?

I have a LaTeX editing environment that does some assistive stuff such as auto-indenting, closing parentheses, etc. However, one of the things that it does is unknown to me, and is difficult to ...