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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VimLatex strange behavior exponents

I have macVim 7.3.754 and latex-suite installed. In insert mode, I type x^^ in order to typeset a power in Latex with base "x" and some exponent to be typed later, I initially get, as ...
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Browsing vim latex-suite quickly

I use Vim Latex-Suite for typing my Latex files. One of the features I like is the F9 shortcut inside \ref{} which helps me to browse a document with many sections/labels and find the theorem labels ...
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vim-latex 'cite' command not showing citation options in quickfix window

The cite completion in vim-latex does not work on my machine (Ubuntu 14.04) for a specific document. The document is a doctoral dissertation and involves multiple subdocuments that are imported into ...
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How can I install vim-latex on mac os x?

I was trying to install vim-latex (http://vim-latex.sourceforge.net/index.php?subject=download&title=Download) My Vim comes with the OS X system and is located at /usr/share/vim/vim73 According ...
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Strange behaviour of VIM-Latex

When I try to type certain words (in insert mode), suddenly a lot of code is inserted. For example, if I try to type "DEFINE", once I enter the F, this is inserted D\begin{figure}[<+htpb+>] ...
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How to add custom environment in latex-suite

Latex-suite provides short keys to make working with environments like equation easier in VIM. For example, I like to press <F5> to change the environment. One of the environments that I find ...
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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 ...