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 quickly.

Do you know of something similar in Vim or Latex Suite for general navigation, not just insertion of references?

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    Welcome to TeX.SX! It's better to ask one specific question rather than an open ended one like this... This said, for navigation try \lt. This should display a list of the section in your document that you can use to quickly move between them. (At least it does for me and I think that I cannibalised this from Latex-Suite...actually, maybe this is from LatexBox...) – Andrew Sep 23 '14 at 8:16
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    There are a lot of books on VIM that enlighten about general navigation. One cool way to navigate is also the EasyMotion plugin: vimawesome.com/plugin/easymotion – Konstantinos Apr 1 '15 at 23:19

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