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I am using TeXstudio 4.2.3 on Mac.

So, I start with a blank folder and create an abc.sty file, defining some \newcommands. I then use that package in, say abc.tex file, that I create in the same folder. But I don't see autocompletion happening while typing in abc.tex.

I have checked that the folder /Users/atom/.config/texstudio/completion/autogenerated does contain the cal file abc.cwl. I have also tried relaunching TeXstudio, but to no use.

What is misbehaving here? And how can I rectify it?

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Autogenerated cwls give every command the #S marker, which tells the highlighter to recognize the command but not show in the completer. If you want these commands to be auto-completed, just open abc.cwl and remove the #S from each line. Then save the file and restart texstudio.

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  • This worked! +1. But, is there a way to not go through the laborious task of deleting #S from each line?
    – Atom
    Aug 10, 2022 at 19:51
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    You can use the "Replace All" feature of any text editor.
    – mbert
    Aug 10, 2022 at 19:53

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