[OS X TeX] BBEdit & LaTeX

Maarten Sneep maarten.sneep at xs4all.nl
Sun Dec 12 11:27:32 EST 2004

On 12 dec 2004, at 17:23, Herb Schulz wrote:

> Then I've got to have that file open when I start to edit. It would be
> better if it automatically opened the designated file when needed.

You'll have to add BBAutoComplete to your BBEdit startup items anyway,
so why no add your completions file as well.

> Hmmm... I've got the extensive LaTeX Glossary and have even added some
> custom things to it. However, the only way to use it seems to be to 
> either
> click on the glossary item in the list or to assign a keyboard 
> shortcut to
> it. The old Nisus Writer had a neat feature which allowed 
> multi-character
> keyboard shortcuts: e.g., you could assign a glossary item to Cmd-Eenu 
> and
> it would execute the macro assigned to that key combination. As it is 
> I'd
> run out of single key shortcuts and would never remember them all even 
> if I
> could figure out a set.

AutoCompletion is a long-standing feature request, just chime in, and 
add this
request as well. Just write to the support dept. of BBEdit. It seems 
reasonable to me...


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