[OS X TeX] command completion file for inline and display math mode
rm.tech at mac.com
Sun Jan 22 08:39:45 CET 2012
Be happy to. I'll post it to the list as soon as I can. My file also contains many other shortcuts to words and phrases that I use. For example, typing "fex" (without the quotes) produces "for example" (also without the quotes).
On Jan 21, 2012, at 10:26 AM, M. Tamer Özsu wrote:
> This sounds like an interesting idea. Would you be willing to share your TeX/LaTeX command completion file?
> M. Tamer Özsu
> University of Waterloo
> On 2012-01-21, at 7:22 PM, R Martinez wrote:
>> I use TextExpander for command completion. You can set up a specific TeX/LaTeX command completion file (this is what I do) and include as many commands as you wish.
>> What you want to do is exactly what TextExpander is designed to do. In addition to completing commands, TextExpander completes any text you use frequently.
>> Good luck,
>> Raul Martinez
>> On Jan 19, 2012, at 4:10 PM, Dilan Fernando wrote:
>>> Hello All,
>>> Does anybody know how to achieve the following:
>>> I want to be able to write something like \mathin (or some other appropriate key board short cut)
>>> and hit the trigger key and get $$ for the inline math mode with the cursor conveniently placed inside the
>>> double dollar signs and a 'mark' out side the environment to move out of the in- line
>>> math mode quickly.
>>> Also, how does one do the same for the display math mode ($$ $$)?.
>>> May be this question has already been asked or may be this command completion
>>> already exists. But I was not able to figure it out.
>>> Any help is greatly appreciated.
>>> Dilan Fernando
>>> University of Missouri, Columbia
>>> Mathematics Department.
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