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1. Try to replicate issue with clean vim vim --clean :set keymap=russian-jcukenmac If you are able to enter letter ю, something is wrong with your vimrc 2. Check what is in your keymap file Open :e $VIMRUNTIME/keymap/russian-jcukenmac.vim and find letter ю. Make sure it is correctly mapped: . ю CYRILLIC SMALL LETTER YU


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The problem you're having is that your file is being recognized as filetype=plaintex, which means TeX (or '"plain" TeX) and not LaTeX, and the latex-suite plug-ins only enable most of their commands on LaTeX files. LaTeX files are identified by filetype=tex (which can indeed seem quite confusing.) Since files with the extension *.tex can be TeX or ...


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My suspicion is that you have done some "repeat" command by typing a number in normal mode before applying a command, probably block-wise. Consider this: If you block-select the first column, and then insert a space (or indent) 100 times, command Ctrl-V G 100 I <space> <esc>, you have: it seems you have inserted line, but it is just ...


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I adapted the font in the preference shown below: In the Text section, the font size under Non-ASCII Font will change the font size of greek letters and other math operators like \mathbb{E}, \mathscr{F} etc.


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By default, Vim menus are only enabled in the GUI version of Vim. So if you use GVim on Linux you should see the menus and the menus added by plug-ins such as those from vim-latex will be available too. You can enable menus on the terminal, but you need to do so explicitly. See :help console-menus: Although this documentation is in the GUI section, you can ...


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As mentioned in the documentation for Tex_FoldedMisc that you linked to: Unlike the other Tex_FoldedXXXX variables, the words in this setting are limited to take values from the following list. And while the list includes preamble and <<<, it doesn't include other triplets of symbols such as !!!. The documentation seems quite explicit that <<...


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The issue was with the "restore-view" plugin. Disabling it solved the issue. I was only using it for saving my folds. That can be achieved my using :mkview and :loadview.


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Here is a not so elegant solution I created based on my non existent knowledge of latex. The idea is to create a mapping (replace gs by whatever you prefer) which calls a function which does all the work. The function checks if the current line has a string surrounded by $ signs (I assumed that's how you delimit your inline expression). If such a string ...


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I now use the vimtex plugin with the :VimtexTocOpen command to open a table of content for latex files. See also :help vimtex-nf-tag-nav: One may navigate by tags with the |CTRL-]| mapping, e.g. from \eqref{eq:example} to the corresponding \label{eq:example}. However, this requires that a tag file has been generated with |ctags|. I recommend that one uses ...


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