Suppose that TeXStudio has autocompleted a LaTeX command that requires one argument, such as \widehat. It inserts a pair of matching braces for that argument. When I have filled in the argument by typing, I have to move the insertion caret past the right brace somehow, to proceed with the rest of my document. I can do that by typing the "right-arrow" key. But that key is a big jump away from the touch-typing portion of the keyboard. I could also point andclick with the mouse -- but that's even further away.

Is there some way that I can complete the current argument using keys in the standard, touch-typing area?

In case it matters, I am using TeXStudio 2.10.4 under Windows 10.


You can simply type the closing brace and TeXstudio will move behind it.

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