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Currently comparing TeXStudio and vim-latex


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comment TeXStudio does not recognize \colon
@doncherry Yeah, I believe I found it. Is this it (see update): tex.stackexchange.com/questions/113067/…
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comment TeXStudio does not recognize \colon
so you were able to get \colon to show in the autocompletion? If so, then I must have done something wrong... Btw, I don't care so much about \colon, I was just trying to follow the example posted by Qrrbrbirlbel.
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comment TeXStudio does not recognize \colon
So should I try it with other commands or is there a bug the ability to create any sort of custom command?
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comment TeXStudio does not recognize \colon
It doesn't work, but I've awarded a bounty for your troubles (when it allows me to at least)
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comment TeXStudio does not recognize \colon
Okay, the path is different for Mac, but I found it and selected it. Restarted TXS, but \colon doesn't show up in the auto complete list...Ugh.
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comment TeXStudio does not recognize \colon
All I see under Options is "Load Profile", "Save Profile", "Save Current Settings", "Define Current Document as Master Document", and "Automatically Restore Session at Next Start". When you create the .cwl file, are you typing \colon#m in TXS or some other application? (I should note that I'm on a Mac.)
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comment TeXStudio does not recognize \colon
How do you create a .cwl file though? I tried creating in in TXS and one in with a text editor and neither worked when I dragged it into ~/.config/texstudio (for Mac).