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Clicking on the Icon "Build Tree" should help. It is available by clicking the "Tree..."-Button in the tool bar.

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Just to add to Tim's answer, using script may be advantageous because it still allows auto completion of single parenthesis. Do typing (( using the following cursor.deleteChar() editor.write("\\left$$\\right$$") cursor.movePosition(8,cursorEnums.Left) will put the cursor between \left and \right.

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For the case you've given ] is inserted, because \item[text] is in the completer. Once you've typed \item[ this is the only possible choice in the completer. You may disable this by unchecking Configure -> Completion -> Autocomplete Common Prefix.

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Go to Macros -> Edit Macros ... and add a new entry: Notes: The slashes in the trigger are necessary, because it's a regexp. You may want to disable Configure -> Advanced Editor -> Special Options -> Auto Complete Parentheses. Otherwise, you'll have an additional ) from the auto completion of the first (. Alternatively, you could switch the ...

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Qrrbrbirlbel is exactly right: They probably are stored in the .exe. Proposal: Copy both xspace.cwl and hyperref.cwl to the %APPDATA%\texstudio\ folder and add the missing macros. Entries in %APPDATA%\texstudio\ override the ones integrated in TeXstudio. Also, I encourage you to share your updated cwl files, so we can integrate them for the next ...

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