In addition to using the variables defined in this section to affect
the menu-layout permanently (i.e, the layout Latex-Suite will start with), you
can also use the
TeX-Suite > Configure Menu menu to
dynamically configure the menu layout after Latex-Suite has started.
If set to 0, Latex-Suite will suppress showing all menus. Useful if you mostly work in terminals.
This setting decides the location of the first top-level Latex-Suite menu. You can for example shift all the menus created by Latex-Suite to the very end by setting this value to a large number like 990.
Tex-Math menu consists of hundreds of mathematical
symbols used in LaTeX. This menu comprises about 75% of the menus.
This setting controls the "compactness" of the menus. If set to 1, then the
Font, Counter and Dimensioning menus are collected together in a single
Tex-Elements, otherwise, they will each get
a separate menu.
Setting this to zero will stop Latex-Suite from automatically creating the
TeX-Suite > Packages > Supported menu at startup. You
can still create the menu after startup by going to
TeX-Suite > Configure Menu.
This string is the prefix added to all the menus created by Latex-Suite. If you
define this variable with a dot (
'.') as the last
character, then all the menus created by Latex-Suite will be nested under a
single master menu. For example, set this to
'&LaTeX-Suite.' to nest all menus under a menu
This setting controls whether Latex-Suite uses utf-8 symbols to display some of
the mathematical symbols in the
TeX-Math menu. It is
necessary for your system/GUI to support utf-8. Setting this to 1 has the
side-effect of setting the
'encoding' option of Vim