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There are several GUIs for Neovim because it externalises the user interface elements, so any GUI can draw these in different ways. There's a list that tracks the status of these projects. My favourites are FVim and goneovim and both support remote sessions


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The problem is that the subscript for g doesn't exist, and those for h and i look "off." As noted, you can either turn off the conceal feature altogether (set conceallevel=0) turn off conceal in tex files just for these kinds of things (let g:tex_conceal = 'abdmg')—see :help g:tex_conceal


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Do you by any chance have the plugin KeitaNakamura/tex-conceal.vim installed? Try putting the following in .vimrc: set conceallevel=0 let g:tex_conceal='abdgm' I hope this solves your problem.


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There's no way to disable built-in commands but you can use :cabbr to map :te to :Texplore: cabbr te Texplore. Also note that on normal mode on any buffer (including the terminal) you can press Ctrl-^ to go back to the previous one


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I'd like to redefine the { and } motions to operate "linewise" Motions are typed in the operator-pending mode. The "linewise" :h forced-motion is performed with :h o_V So you have to type dV}, cV} etc.


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If you want to generate key sequences as strings, you need to use double-quoted strings and quote the < with a backslash. Such as "\<C-x>\<C-o>". See :help expr-quote for more details (single quote strings are under :help literal-string). Putting it all together: inoremap <expr> <Tab> pumvisible() ? "\<C-n>" : \ getline('.'...


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So the enabled embedded syntaxes in VimScript are ruled by :h g:vimsyn_embed variable. However, Vim and Neovim has different default settings in this regard. In Vim's syntax/vim.vim: " Allows users to specify the type of embedded script highlighting " they want: (perl/python/ruby/tcl support) " g:vimsyn_embed == 0 : don't embed any scripts " g:...


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