I'm using the glossaries package. When using \gls, TXS suggests a list of labels for autocompletion. However, it doesn't only suggest entries defined with the glossaries package, but all the labels of the entire document (including those defined with the classic \label), which is annoying (and useless?).
=> I'd suggest that the labels displayed by an autocompletion of a glossaries command should only be the labels defined with a glossaries command. In the same way it works for \autocite which only displays bibliographic labels.
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