auto-complete is a feature in latex source code editors that predicts the latex commands close to the command being typed to eliminate the need for typing frequently used commands.

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Kile - autocompletion for bibtex entries

I would like to Kile autocomplete my citations, so when I type \citep{ a list with my bibliography entries pops up. I tried also by typing the first 3 letters of the entry key, and/or pressing ...
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TeXShop Command Completion Indent

In TeXShop, I am editing the CommandCompletion.txt file. I simply need to add an indent (which I would normally use tab for) directly before item. Here is the line of code I am trying to modify: ...
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Eclipse with texclipse code completion

I am using Eclipse with texclipse. Code completions are not showing up for some of the commands. For example: \mbox{}, \mathcal{} and for some others that i cannot recall at the moment. (If this ...
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Handle .bib in subfiles

I have a problem very similar to the question being asked in Bibliographies when using subfiles . My .bib is references in main.tex. When compiling main, everything works like a charm. Working on the ...
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How to prevent Texmaker to missunderstand Alt+Tab as auto completion command when it is meant for swiching windows

When I compile a pdf document in texmaker, I often press Alt+Tab to swich to the external pdf viewer. If at that point the cursor in texmaker is by coincidence at a position where texmaker can make ...
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autocompletion in Texshop 3.18

I can not find the autocompletion.plist in the Texshop 3.18. Is there another way to redefine the autocompletion for this version?
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Getting vim to return autocomplete bibtex results for multiple citations

I am wondering whether it is possible to get Vim-latex's F9 autocomplete to work for multiple references within a citation. For example, if I type \cite{author1 and then press F9, then it will return ...
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Customize auto-completion in Texmaker to give multiple arguments to a function

So i saw this question, and it does what i want. Almost. yes it works for \cref{#label#}, but \cref{} can also take a list of labels, is there a way to make this work? I can't see any other options ...
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Strange behaviour of VIM-Latex

When I try to type certain words (in insert mode), suddenly a lot of code is inserted. For example, if I try to type "DEFINE", once I enter the F, this is inserted D\begin{figure}[<+htpb+>] ...
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Texstudio: Autocompletion of xparse commands

I have defined a new command using xparse, but the command doesn't show up in the autocomplete. Furthermore the definition of the command is in red: The command is working, but it just doesn't show ...
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cross-reference auto-completion in TeXShop

I use TeXShop 3.26 and have a root tex file and every chapter in a separate file. When I use the auto-completion feature for the ref command I only get the labels defined in the same file. Is it ...
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TexMaker/TexStudio manual invocation of auto-completition

I have started using TexStudio and TexMaker (as I think they are quite similar) but I have failed to find in the scarce documentation there is available (and a brief online searching) a shortcut that ...