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##### 6.2.1.2 LaTeX Navigation Commands

predictive-latex-jump-to-definition
Jump to the definition of whatever is at the point. If point in already on a definition, jump to the next duplicate definition of the same thing. This works for cross-references, labels, and any commands or environments that are defined in your documents preamble.
predictive-latex-jump-to-label-definition
Jump to the definition of a label in the current LaTeX document. The label is read from the mini-buffer. If the point is already on the label definition, jump to the next duplicate definition of the label.
predictive-latex-jump-to-command-definition
Jump to the definition of a LaTeX command in the current document. The command is read from the mini-buffer. If the point is already on the command definition, jump to the next duplicate definition of the command.
predictive-latex-jump-to-environment-definition
Jump to the definition of a LaTeX environment in the current document. The environment is read from the mini-buffer. If the point is already on the environment definition, jump to the next duplicate definition of the environment.
predictive-latex-jump-to-section
Jump to a section (or subsection, subsubsection, etc.) in the current document. The section name is read from the mini-buffer. If the point is already on the sectioning command, jump to the next section with the same name (if there is one).
predictive-latex-jump-to-matching-delimiter
Jump to the delimiter matching the one at the point, if any. This will jump from ‘\begin{...}’ to ‘\end{...}’, ‘$’ to ‘$’, ‘$’ to matching ‘$’, and vice versa.
predictive-latex-jump-to-start-delimiter
Jump to the start delimiter of the innermost environment or equation. This will jump to ‘\begin{...}’, ‘$’ or ‘’. predictive-latex-jump-to-end-delimiter Jump to the end delimiter of the innermost environment or equation. This will jump to ‘\end{...}’, ‘$’ or ‘\$’.