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Vim-Latex: Inverse and Forward Searching partially enabled. (Environment: Vim-Latex Suite, Sumatra, MikTex) [duplicate]

This is a question directed to those who are familiar with compiling Tex using Vim. My OS is Windows 8.1 Problem Description: Inverse and Forward Search is partially enabled. When I double click at ...
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How to forward search to a character when editing using Vim?

We can forward search to a line in a tex file opened in Vim by setting the following in a pdf viewer (I'm using okular): gvim --servername GVIM --remote +%l %f But can we go straight to the ...
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How to do forward search to PDF file opened with Okular from include files when editing using VIM/GVIM

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macvim, skim, and sync - skim use *open* copy of file?

When using Skim.app for reverse-searches, is there any way to make the .tex file come to the front if it's already open in a macvim tab? What if there are multiple vim windows open (not just tabs)? ...
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Tex and pdf synchronization

I'm trying to make backward and forward search work between my pdf output in skim and my tex file in macvim with 'vim latex suite' using PDFSync. I think I did everything well, as when I ...
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How to setup synctex with vim, pdflatex and an open-source PDF-viewer under Linux?

Inspired by the comments to this answer I am curious how to actually setup and use forward/reverse (inverse) search with vim, pdflatex and an open-source PDF-viewer under Linux. Btw, to give more ...