[OS X TeX] Texshop completion of previous words
Cássio M. M. Pereira
cassiomartini at gmail.com
Sat Mar 23 01:59:09 CET 2013
Textmate does exactly what I want, but it doesn't have the nice side by
side code and preview that Texshop has.
Well, this would be a nice feature in future versions of Texshop.
Em 22/03/2013 17:50, "Herbert Schulz" <herbs at wideopenwest.com> escreveu:
> On Mar 22, 2013, at 12:40 PM, Cássio M. M. Pereira <
> cassiomartini at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Hello. I'm using TexShop 3.11 and I can autocomplete some latex
> > commands by pressing ESC.
> > However, I'd like to also autocomplete words from the same document.
> > Texshop is giving me a list of words from a dictionary when I press
> > ESC, which contain simply too many possible completions.
> > Is there a shortcut to autocomplete only from a list of words in the
> > same document?
> > Thank you very much,
> > Cássio
> Not as far as I know. There are editors that can do that.
> However, if there is a fairly consistent set of words you wish to complete
> you can just add them to the CommandCompletion.txt file by selecting them
> and pressing Source->Command Completion->Add Word (Shift-Cmd-W) and then
> you can start to type the word, hit ESC and it will pick the first
> completion it finds. You might have to press ESC more than once if there
> are many similar words.
> There are also System Wide applications, like TypeIt4Me, that are designed
> to do that sort of thing but you need to set them up so they don't
> interfere with TeXShop's built-in Command Completion.
> Good Luck,
> Herb Schulz
> (herbs at wideopenwest dot com)
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