# Mac OS Sierra: Auto Complete Not Working In TeXShop

After upgrading my Mac to macOS Sierra, I have an issue relating to BibDesk (v. 1.6.7) completions in TeXShop (v. 3.73); they don't work. Previously, if I typed "\ref{" or "\cite{" and (while BibDesk was open) pressed Esc it would give me a list of all possible options contained in my document, but after upgrading to Sierra it isn't working at all.

Is anyone else having this problem, or a fix for it?

Thanks!

The Esc key has been used (by default---it can be configured to be the Tab key) as the trigger key for command completion, NOT for filling in \cite commands. You use the F5 key for filling in \cite commands with the .bib file(s) open in BibDesk.
• There is no BibDesk plugin anymore, just to be pedantic; the keybinding is controlled by TeXShop or your system's bindings, and the code for communication with BibDesk is compiled into TeXShop. The standard one for complete: is option-escape, as it ties into the system's normal dictionary-based autocompletion for text views. You can confirm this yourself in TextEdit. – Adam Maxwell Oct 19 '16 at 2:07
• Adding KeyBindings/zip from herbs.github.io as suggested by Herb Schulz and adding the line "\033" = "complete:"; /*escape */ solved the issue for me. The Esc key trigers the filling of the \cite and \ref commands again. So, thanks ! – Arnaud Triay-Alcouffe Jun 15 '17 at 9:53