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How to automatically truncate the length of a line in vim-latex?

Is there a way of automatically beginning a new line after reaching a particular length of a line in order to make navigation through a document easier in vim-latex? Example (text from ...
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Help me to write Long LaTeX equations fast with colours and possibly with other aids

I am too slow LaTeX-typist, for example with the equations below I cannot find where I am missing some bracket. Could someone offer me some computational method? I use Vim but I am happy with any ...
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Inline comments in LaTeX

Is it possible to make inline comments in LaTeX that do not extend until the end of the line? The actual problem I'm trying to solve is vim's annoying highlighting of the non-curly end-bracket here: ...
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How to setup Vim-Latex to run only 1 instance of SumatraPDF?

I'm trying to setup vim-latex plugin to do default compile and view using PDF, with SumatraPDF as the default reader. Here's the configuration I made in .vimrc: let g:tex_flavor='latex' let ...
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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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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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Vim-Latex: Double-Quote Automatically Replaced

I use Vim with Vim-Latex plugin to edit my LaTeX documents. I have the problem that whenever I want to insert a double quote ("), it automatically get replace by (``). Any idea how can I disable that ...
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Strategy for writing a long document

I am beginning to write my PhD thesis and I thought about getting some feedback and general tips. Based on your experience how would you do it? I am also concerned about the dialogue between my ...
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How to make Vim LaTeX Suite show errors when compile

Compiling TeX with command : silent call Tex_RunLaTeX() The gvim window turns grey when there are errors. One needs to press Enter for each error to continue. It will be better if the error ...
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What does 'missing \@ before…' error mean in vim?

I get this strange behavior when I have capitals before a period, like so 1 \documentclass{article} 2 \begin{document} >> 3 Another possible protein blah blah blah from GRIP/ABP. Blah ...
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vim, PDF -XChange, pdflatex, TeX Live 2010, windows xp, (pdfsync)

Hope I didn't forget any. These are the packages I want to use on my computer for typesetting pdf files. Up to date I'm using vim (without any plugin but integrated syntax highlighting for .tex files) ...
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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 ...
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Make the vim minted style use light terminal-like highlighting instead of dark

Whenever I'm highlighting code with the minted package, I use \usemintedstyle{vim}, which looks okay aside from the fact that it looks like a dark VIM color scheme applied onto a light background and ...
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vim+LaTeX Suite: How to jump to the Error List window?

I am trying to learn how to use vim latex-suite and following the tutorial, A (very) quick introduction to Latex-Suite. When I compiled and got some errors, I see the Error List, etc with split ...
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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: ...
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What does a number followed by “ in” mean?

The TeX syntax highlighter that I use colors all occurrences of a number followed by " in", e.g. 0 in or 32 in in a dangerous bright red, in almost all contexts. Why?
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TexShop + MacVim ?

Is there a blend of TexShop and Vim? It is supposed to combine the advantages of SyncTeX and other features of TeXShop and the power of a Vim editor.
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Vim: Get Rainbow Parenthesis work with Latexsuite?

I'm using the text editor vim (or MacVim) together with the LatexSuite plugin. It works good, so far, but there is one thing that annoys me: There is an awesome plugin, Rainbow Parenthesis, that will ...
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How to view pdf on Windows 7 using Vim with latexsuite plugin?

I sometimes use a Windows 7 laptop and I'm trying to set up Vim and latexsuite. I can compile with \ll and then go view the PDF by manually opening it. I would like to set it up like I've done with ...
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Vim-LaTeXsuite shows me my .bbl file for errors in the .tex file [closed]

I'm writing my doctoral dissertation in LaTeX with Vim-LaTeXsuite, and I find that Vim-LaTeXsuite is often determining the location of errors incorrectly, particularly when the error is a \ref{} to an ...
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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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latex-suite on OSX - citation completion not working [closed]

So I have just installed latex-suite using the default version of vim that ships with OSX 10.6. The problem I'm having is that \cite completion is not working properly. This is what happens: Begin ...
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Problems installing vim latex-suite

I'm working on mac. I donwloaded the archive 1.8.23 from the SourceForge page I extracted its contained files in my ~/.vim/ directory I made the necessary changes (described in de vim latex manual) ...
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Set custom bibtex call in Vim latex suite on windows (to add --include-directory)

I would like to use one .bib file for everything and not have to keep a copy in each project's folder. By reading around I see that if I were calling bibtex manually, then I could add the string ...
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vim on Rnw (sweave) files: how to indent <<>>== properly?

When I use vim-latexsuite to indent my .Rnw files, the Sweave blocks get indented, which causes them not to work properly. What I need is a way to ensure that the vim indent scheme puts these blocks ...
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Errors/Warnings in LaTeX Output

I use Vim to edit LaTeX documents and pdflatex to compile the documents. One problem with using pdflatex is that it takes time to go through the output to see if there is any warning/errors. ...
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Where is this shortcut coming from?

I am writing a report on robot wars (as funny as it sounds). One major section in my report is on EMP Cannons. Whenever I type EMP I get this: \begin{minipage}[]{<+width+>} <++> ...
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Change <C-j> binding for vim-latex

I am using the C-j map for regular navigation in Vim; it is defined like this in .vimrc: map <C-j> <C-e> However, C-j is redfined in the latex suite. When I try to use the described ...
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Can I set Vim w/ vim-latexsuite to clean up aux files after compile?

I can't find the appropriate setting in gVim. Is there a way to manually edit my setting file to clean aux files after compile? Thanks!
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How to use the vim quickfix mode for LaTeX?

One nice feature of vim is the quickfix mode (:help quickfix) - after calling :make you can navigate through the error messages of e.g. your C compiler and vim jumps to the right locations. How do I ...