Environment

It was already mentioned that environments are a central point in LATEX. So Kile offers five other commands to make the work with LATEX as easy as possible under submenus EditEnvironment.


Edit->Environment items
Go to Begin (Ctrl+Alt+E,B)

This command will jump to the beginning of the current environment, wherever your current position is. The cursor will be placed directly in front of the opening environment tag.

Go to End (Ctrl+Alt+E,E)

This command will jump to the end of the current environment, wherever your current position is. The cursor will be placed directly behind the closing environment tag.

Match (Ctrl+Alt+E,M)

When your cursor is placed in front of or above the \begin{environment} tag, it will be moved to the opposite end of the environment and vice versa.

Close (Ctrl+Alt+E,C)

Typing a lot of nested environment tags, you may lose control of all those environments. This command will close the last opened environment, so that the nested structure of environments will not be broken.

Close All (Ctrl+Alt+E,A)

This closes all open environments, not only the last opened environment.