## #32 Auto complete

Next_Release
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2005-06-21
2002-05-22
No

Because there are many long commands in Latex, it is
nice to have something like auto-complete (e.g. by
pressing Ctrl+Space). If there are more than one
possibility, a popup menu is a good idea (like JBuilder
or Delphi).

## Discussion

• Tino Weinkauf - 2002-05-23

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We definitly implement such a feature, but only after implementing the
feature 531270 - this one will add a long list of a lot of TeX-Commands to
TXC.

So far. Thanx for your request.

• Markus - 2004-01-11

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not only a autocomplete function that completes the latex
commands that i insert into the text. also a autocompletion
that - for matching commands like in environments insert the
closing command. means: when i start writing \begin{ it will
offer me the known environments}, so when i have choosen or
completed itemzie that it will also insert the \end{itemize}
automacially

ok, autocompletion could be a very complicated thing, as all
the custom commands couldn't hardly be known by the
editor... but for the standard-latex-commands...

markus

• Oliver Wieland - 2005-06-21
• milestone: --> Next_Release
• assigned_to: nobody --> owieland
• status: open --> closed-fixed

• Oliver Wieland - 2005-06-21

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Nest version will contain the auto complete feature.
Pressing Ctrl+Space gives you a list of possible completions.

Environments are expanded with corresponding \begin/\end
commands.

If the command/environment is unique, it will be expanded
immediatly.

Anonymous