(yatexe)Jump to corresponding object

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Jump to corresponding object


`[prefix] g'
             ... go to corresponding object

in a certain place move the cursor to the place corresponding to the LaTeX
command of last place.  YaTeX recognize the followings as pairs that have
relation each other.

   * `\begin{}' <-> `\end{}'
   * `%#BEGIN' <-> `%#END'
   * On the image-including line -> corresponding viewer or drawing tool
   * `\label{}' <-> `\ref{}'
   * `\include(\input)' -> included file
   * `\bibitem{}' <-> `\cite{}'

  On a `\begin',`\end' line, typing `[prefix] g' moves the cursor to the
corresponding `\end',`\begin' line, if its partner really exists.  The
behavior on the line `%#BEGIN' and `%#END' are the same.  Note that if the
correspondent of `label/ref' or `cite/bibitem' exists in another file,
that file have to be opened to make a round trip between references by
`[prefix] g'.

  If you type `[prefix] g' on the line of `\include{chap1}', typically in
the main text, YaTeX switches buffer to `chap1.tex'.

`[prefix] 4 g'
             ... go to corresponding object in other window

do the same job as `[prefix] g' except it's done in other window.  Note
that this function doesn't work on `begin/end', `%#BEGIN/%#END' pairs
because it is meaningless.

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