Inverse searching refers to the viewer telling Vim to display the LaTeX source file at a given location. Usually this happens with double-clicking or clicking while pressing the shift button in the viewer window. The actual method depends on the viewer application.
You will need to enable searching in order to use this functionality.
You will also need to specify certain settings to the DVI viewer
conveying the syntax which it needs to use to tell Vim how to display
the source file. In
YAP, you can set this option in
View > Options > Inverse Search. The
Command Line field needs to be set as follows:
"C:\Program Files\vim\vim61\gvim" -c ":RemoteOpen +%l %f"
:RemoteOpen is supplied when you install
On *nix machines, Latex-Suite attempts to call the DVI viewer in such a way
that it already knows how to communicate with Vim. If this does not
seem to be working, you can use the
command described above.