When I press 0 in Normal mode, the cursor goes to the second column and not the first one. This is not the normal behavior stated in vim's :help 0.

I have tried disabling the remaps to move between wrapped lines from my config (below) and the behavior is the same. Is there any way to change this? Maybe a package it's interfering with the regular behavior but I cannot see which one.

Here is my .vimrc config file

set backspace=indent,eol,start " backspace over everything in insert mode
set nocompatible               " be improved, required
filetype off                   " required

" vim-plug manager
" Plugins will be downloaded under the specified directory.
call plug#begin('~/.vim/plugged')

Plug 'lervag/vimtex'
let g:tex_flavor='latex'
let g:vimtex_view_method='zathura'
let g:vimtex_quickfix_mode=0
set conceallevel=1
let g:tex_conceal='abdmg'

Plug 'sirver/ultisnips'
let g:UltiSnipsExpandTrigger = '<tab>'
let g:UltiSnipsJumpForwardTrigger = '<tab>'
let g:UltiSnipsJumpBackwardTrigger = '<s-tab>'

Plug 'itchyny/lightline.vim'

Plug 'sainnhe/gruvbox-material'

Plug 'scrooloose/nerdcommenter'

" List ends here. Plugins become visible to Vim after this call.
call plug#end()

syntax enable
"colorscheme monokai
set number
set ts=4
set expandtab
set autoindent
set wildmenu
set showmatch
set showmatch
set incsearch
set nohlsearch
set linebreak
set ttimeoutlen=0
set laststatus=2
set noshowmode
" Lets you edit another file without saving the current
set hidden

" GUI enhancements
" Set nice colors for 256 terminal
if !has('gui_running')
  set t_Co=256
" Set the airline colorscheme
let g:lightline = {'colorscheme' : 'gruvbox_material'}
" Set colorscheme
set termguicolors
set background=dark
let g:gruvbox_material_background = 'medium'
colorscheme gruvbox-material

" Inserting a real Tab when pressing Shift + Tab
:inoremap <S-Tab> <C-V>Tab>
" Move between wrapped lines
noremap <silent> k gk
noremap <silent> j gj
noremap <silent> 0 g0 
noremap <silent> $ g$
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    There already is an answer but this is definitely a duplicate of how do I debug a mapping or how do I debug my vimrc. – statox Nov 20 '19 at 14:03
  • This is not debugging a mapping – plr Nov 20 '19 at 16:17
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    Well it turns out that the problem came from your noremap <silent> 0 g0 line but anyway it's still a duplicate of how to debug your vimrc :) Also for reference, here is a crosspost to SO – statox Nov 20 '19 at 16:21

Result of map 0 :

  0           * g0<Space>

There is a space after g0, remove it should solve your problem.

Put this to your vimrc to show trailing space, tab and other stuffs:

scriptencoding utf-8
set list listchars=trail:┄,tab:†·,extends:>,precedes:<,nbsp:+

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