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What you are talking about is not auto-completion, but auto-compilation. You can disable that by unchecking Auto-recompile document on changes under Internal PDF Viewer Auto-completion is the feature that helps you input commands in the editor - which I wouldn't disable. Automatically having parentheses closed is also very useful IMO.


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Make sure the auto-completion file for the acronym package is loaded, if that isn't the case for some reason. You can achieve this by keeping the file containing \usepackage{acronym} open, as you suggested in your own answer, or by having acronym.cwl permanently active (which may be especially useful for bigger projects like theses, where every open tab is a ...


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TL;DR: Open the file in TeXstudio, where the package is imported with \usepackage{} to ensure that TeXstudio's auto complete works for that package. As I was typing this question, I figured out the answer by accident. It's highly specific to my case, but I'll post it anyways in case it helps someone. The issue is that I import acronyms with \usepackage{...


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Since version 3 there is a built-in dark mode. You can enable it by opening the settings (Options → Configure TeXstudio...) and selecting Adwaita Dark (txs) as the Style in the General tab. You will have to click OK for the setting to take effect.


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It is possible by adding a hard link in the file system and use the original file in the first view and the hardlinked file in the second view of the splitted editor window. In detail... To add a hardlink in NTFS filesystem you need to start cmd with administrator rights by pressing the WIN key, typing cmd, clicking "run as administrator". Lets ...


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Edit: I just realized that the highlighting had already worked before I added that line to my test .cwl. Then I checked github and saw that a similar edit to what I proposed has already been to mathtools.cwl since that question was asked. So, a better answer would probably be: update TeXstudio (if you haven't already in past months). You can mark arguments ...


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TeXstudio seems to ignore case for usertag completion and only accepts lowercase input, so you have to start typing \subfigure with a lowercase s: That was actually also the case for your \myFigure if you continue typing: In case you are using uppercase letters in the abbreviations to avoid clashes with other commands, you don't need to worry about that, ...


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The error is unrelated to the editor you use (texstudio) This document \documentclass{article} %\usepackage{enumitem} \begin{document} \begin{enumerate}[label={\bfseries P\arabic*.}] \item zzz \end{enumerate} \end{document} Produces the error that you state: ! Missing number, treated as zero. <to be read again> \c@* l.6 \begin{...


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Answering my own question: the problem has been solved by simply reinstalling TeXStudio. An easily solution for a vague problem.


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