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This is a misunderstanding: LaTeX doesn't help you to write your text, which is the job of the editor. I'm quite confident that such a thing (capitalize each first letter after a dot) can be achieved with emacs or vim. Word is all and everything in one: editor, typesetting machine, spreadsheet and so on and does nothing really well (OK, millions of people ...


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In Texworks, type \beg and TAB, you will get \begin{. Then type doc as in \begin{doc and again press TAB you will get \begin{document} \end{document} with cursor in between. Then type, say, \beg and TAB to get \begin{ and type ite (\begin{ite) press TAB to get \begin{document} \begin{itemize} \item \end{itemize}• \end{document} There are many ...


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You asked texstudio! Open Macros → Edit Macros: In this window, Click +Add. This should add the third macro. Enter a name Enter the text you want to be inserted by macro Click OK Now, in Macros menu you have this: Now in your tex file, press Shift + F3 the string To whom so ever it may concern will be inserted. On the other hand, if you want it ...


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If you type enum and press Tab you will get this: Similarly type item and press Tab to get To put a new \item press Shift + Enter at the end of line For a quick view of these short cuts Press Tools and then Snippets (Cntrl+L, Cntrl+S) to get


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Please uncheck "close parentheses automatically". It can be found "Options / configure TeXStudio" (see screenshot). It does work for me under TeXStudio 2.8.6 (Kubuntu 14.04). Edit: as for the shortcut CTRL+I. I don't think there is an easy way to achieve that. You will have to either alter an existing cwl file (where the definitions are stored) or create ...


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Not a solution, but a longer comment: For some people, automatic capitalization of some word processors is a "bug", not a "feature". As pointed Gonzalo Medina. The reason is that in practice there are many exceptions, and supervise/correct every automatic decision is very distracting. In my case, overall I hate write correctly abbreviated name species ...


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This is how I solved this problem. This code works in WinEdt9. Go to the menu item Options -> Options Interface There you will find a long list of items. Down this list is Delimeters, Active strings, Abbreviations Open this item. Click on Active Strings. The long file with active strings will appear in the right pane. This is an editable file in ...


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One way to do this is to switch to Texmaker's fork TeXstudio which has got this feature built-in. http://texstudio.sourceforge.net/


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I think that this is a bug of TeXstudio. The problem is that TeXstudio has auto-completion support for certain commands hard-coded in, most likely for performance reasons. This can be easily checked by looking at the texstudio.exe in a text editor and searching for \microampere (line 68436 in version 2.9.4). So I would say this is TeXstudio's bug and you ...


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This shows the application of cleveref for the standard counters and the difference between \cref and \Cref -- the later is used for uppercase completion of the counter name. The completion names can be specified with the commands \crefname and \Crefname (see the documentation please) \documentclass{book} \usepackage{hyperref} \usepackage{cleveref} ...


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After the help of @Torbjørn I came up with this workaround. Create a mydefinition.cwl file and place it in the %APPDATA%/texstudio folder (I'm using Windows, don't know where it should go in other operative systems). Add the \DeclarePairedDelimiter{cmd}{left_delim}{right_delim}#md line in the .cwl file. In TeXstudio Options -> Completion check the box of ...


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First, do you mean AutoCompletion or Command Completion. I assume you mean AutoCompletion which is now called Key Bindings (which describes the feature better). In newer versions of TeXShop (it's now at 3.51) you can edit the Key Bindings file using the Source->Key Bindings->Edit Key Bindings File… Menu item. Good Luck, Herb Schulz


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See TeXStudio FAQ: Why does a comman not show up in the completion?


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Actually you can capitalize the beginning of a new sentence by making . active and redfine it to first test if a space is following the period and then executing \ucmacro (a macro version of the \uppercase primitive) when a space was found and to print whatever was found when it wasn't a space: \documentclass{article} \begin{document} \let\period=. ...


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This feature (autocompletion) should be the default feature. To ensure it, go to Edit → Preferences. In the editor tab of the window that opens autocompletion (under global editor options) should have been checked like this: Then read this: This is available under the help menu - A short manual for TeXworks. All you have to do is type bfig and press ...


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For customized commands in TeXMaker add them to your customized completion list. In TeXMaker menu go to User > Customize Completion Here you can add a new command, which should be available in auto-completion then. See also Customize auto-completion in Texmaker for more detailed example.


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(As asked in comment) Press tab between #RET# and \item and save. See that charming orange triangle?


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See the image below. Check if you are selecting the correct options for auto completion.



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