I have recently managed to install and configure vim-latex and started using it. I used to use TexStudio for writing my file and in it I used to have several setting that were tailored for my workflow:
- I had a key combination (Shift+F1) that automatically inserted the inline equation
$|$and moved the cursor between the dolar signs. Is there a way to do the same in vim-latex? Maybe add an extra Alt Key Macro such that when I type $ then press
<Alt+L>it will insert and do what I want.
- I had a similar shortcut to inser the english quotes in the text (I like them because they look better). So when I press Shift+F2 it will insert ``|''. Can I do the same thing with vim-latex?
- This one is a bit weird: I like to have every phrase in a different row in my latex document. So I have TexStudio to automatically insert a space and after I inserted a full stop.
- Another one setting was to automatically insert curly brackets when in math mode for subscript and superscript and move the cursor inside the curly brackets.
- Is vim-latex able to recognize the \newcommand definitions in the document preamble? I usually have several defined and they don't seem to work.
Are these things possible with vim-latex?