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I have VScode and LaTeX workshop and usually compile by typing ctrl-alt-B. This does the full run (pdflatex, bibtex, 2 x pdflatex). However, I am often happy with just one LaTeX run, so I have added a matching recipe and have put latex-workshop.recipes on a keybinding, but then I still have to select which recipe I want to use. I guess that I can code that into the keybinding's args parameter, but so far that produced errors. Right now I have

{
    "key": "ctrl+alt+h",
    "command": "latex-workshop.recipes",
    "args": [
        "onelatex"
    ]
}

If I now press the key, it does the full run and complains: Failed to resolve build recipe: onelatex. How to make it work?

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You need to provide the string directly as args, not in a list.

{
    "key": "Ctrl+Alt+H",
    "when": "resourceExtname == .tex",
    "command": "latex-workshop.recipes",
    "args": "onelatex"
}

Does this work for you?

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    Yes, lovely. That's what I needed!
    – cxxl
    Commented May 19, 2021 at 6:33

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