Latex-Suite ships with the following smart keys:
<BS> in insert mode checks to see
whether we are just after something like
if so, deletes all of it. i.e, diacritics are treated as single
characters for backspacing.
" (English double quote) will insert
'' by making an
intelligent guess about whether we intended to open or close a quote.
Latex-Suite maps the
<space> key in such a
way that $ characters are not broken across lines. It does this by
tw=0 so that Vim will not
automatically break lines and then maps the
<space> key to insert newlines keeping
$$'s on the same line.
... (3 dots) results in
\ldots outside math mode and
\cdots in math mode.