[TxMt] LaTeX: Bibliography-Autocompletion stopped to work?

Charilaos Skiadas skiadas at hanover.edu
Sun Sep 24 15:53:38 UTC 2006

Hi Adam,
On Sep 24, 2006, at 10:50 AM, Adam R. Maxwell wrote:

> I think I started using TM about the time this transition  
> occurred.  Is there any way to get the BibDesk Completion command  
> back for personal usage?  The advantage for me is that BibDesk  
> searches based on title, keywords, author/editor names, and citekey  
> (at least through the standard AS interface).  I'm also a BibDesk  
> developer, so I'm very biased ;).
Actually the command is still part of the bundle, but just disabled.  
We were planning to eventually remove it if no-one complained, but it  
looks like we'll be keeping it ;)
(Of course, one could alter the current label completion command to  
look at other fields as well, it really just parses the bib files.)
Anyway, to enable the bibdesk completion command, open the bundle  
editor and go to the LaTeX bundle. Then make sure the actual LaTeX  
bundle item is selected. You should, in that event, see on the right  
the structure of the bundle menu, and where each command goes in  
subgroups like Insert and Format etc. You will see BibDesk completion  
in the list of excluded items all the way to the right. Just drag it  
back into a desired location in the menu structure area, probably  
under the "insert" group. Give it a key equivalent, and you should be  
good to go.

> thanks,
> Adam


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