I want to start creating clickable links for my equation reference etc. How can I let TeXShop know to auto-complete commands like
\cref and friends defined by the
cleveref package? I have loaded the package more than once and have relaunched TeXShop to make sure that the package is already in the system.
I've been using the basic
\eqref by AMSmath, and my TeXShop (fully updated) can recognize the commands so that I can set up a key (ESC or Tab) to press and activate an alphabetically ordered drop-down list of items with the given initials.
Each of the two-columned
reports I write ranges from 30 to 150 pages, and most equations and figures have long labels. Without the auto-completed drop-down list, I cannot even begin to generate the links. Is there some common practice that I'm not aware of? Thank you.
I haven't tried
hyperref since according to this answer
cleveref seems better (and
zref is less popular) ... assuming the status haven't changed in the past 5 years.
P.P.S. I realize my question might be closed since it's more about TeXShop and less about LaTeX. This post being closed without getting an answer is not something I'd like to see, but I'll understand if it happens. I have cross-posted it here.