[TxMt] Re: LaTeX completion
j at lasersox.net
Sat Oct 10 05:23:36 UTC 2009
I'm afraid I can't support that kind of workflow, due to the
limitations of the way the Dialog plugin works.
The work flow that I can support is typing:
\b⇥e⇥ for enumerate
\b⇥i⇥ for itemize
this is the same number of keystrokes as “enum⇥”, but has the
advantage of being sort of mneumonic. It will also suggest it to you
everytime you press “\” so you won't forget to do it, which is the
problem that I always have with completion. Additionally, it can
support MANY different snippets and you won't have to remember all the
different key combinations.
On Oct 9, 2009, at 9:16 PM, David Whetstone wrote:
> Completion is nice, as long as it works like ⌘T, i.e. type any
> sequence of characters and not just the starting sequence. That way I
> could still type 'enum' to expand an enumerate block, for example.
> On Oct 9, 2009, at 7:30 PM, Alex Ross wrote:
>> LaTeX users:
>> My plan is to remove most of the completion commands and latex
>> snippets from the LaTeX bundle. They will be replaced by a single
>> command. I have a prototype under construction, you can see how it
>> works here:
>> Basically there is a tree of completions, and you can navigate them
>> just by typing. We can work citation completion, and all existing
>> snippets into this system.
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