Use dictionary for autocompletion

reliak
2014-03-12
2014-03-17
  • reliak
    reliak
    2014-03-12

    Hi,

    is it somehow possible to extend TexStudio to use dictionary words in autocompletion?

    For example, when I type "som", I want the autocompletion list to show me all words from the dictionary starting with "som". I know TexStudio uses autocompletion for words that already appear in the current document.

    I've tried to create a .CWL file, but apparently it is only for commands and plain words are not supported.

    Any help is appreciated.

     
    • That is probably not possible.
      I am not fully aware how the data in the dictionary is stored, but at
      least in German not every word is stored but rather rules how to expand
      words and adapt it to different grammatical forms.
      Furthermore words can be concantenated which makes suggestions rather
      lengthy.

      On 12.03.2014 07:16, reliak wrote:

      Hi,

      is it somehow possible to extend TexStudio to use dictionary words in
      autocompletion?

      For example, when I type "som", I want the autocompletion list to show
      me all words from the dictionary starting with "som". I know TexStudio
      uses autocompletion for words that already appear in the current document.

      I've tried to create a .CWL file, but apparently it is only for commands
      and plain words are not supported.

      Any help is appreciated.


      Use dictionary for autocompletion
      https://sourceforge.net/p/texstudio/discussion/907839/thread/4b284115/?limit=25#f24f


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