# [OS X TeX] Re: List of feature requests on this list

Jan Rosinski rosinski at math.utk.edu
Wed Mar 26 08:44:30 EDT 2008

In short, request P is:

-P: Add autocompletion based on the list of most recent words used in
a current document (not math symbols).  This in addition to the
present autocompletion in TexShop and both are to be triggered by
different keys.

Jan Rosinski

On Mar 26, 2008, at 8:04 AM, Jan Rosinski wrote:

> I have one comment and one request to add.
>
> - I would like to have A as an option (to turn it off on simple
> documents)
>
> - P- autocompletion based on the list of recently used words (not
> math symbols). I love this function in TextMate - mathematical text
> is so repetitive that the autocompletion guessing is 95% accurate.
> Pressing a key completes the word, if it is not the one, I press
> again to get the next word from the list , etc. This autocompletion
> should complement and work independently from current TexShop
> autocompletion, based on user created list (as it is in TextMate).
>
> Jan Rosinski
>
> On Mar 25, 2008, at 10:57 PM, Alain Schremmer wrote:
>
>> This list is ABSOLUTELY NOT a substitute for making requests at http://sourceforge.net/tracker/?group_id=155796&atid=797241
>>  (This thread started as a way to gauge the importance accorded to
>> wishes on this list but, while "voting" didn't seem to generate
>> much interest, "keeping track" seems to have.)
>>
>> ============================================
>> I is available (Moore)
>> ============================================
>>
>> A—Line numbers in the source file window (that the Console refers to)
>>
>> 		—B: Change font size in the source window (Available: Source >
>> Font > Bigger/Smaller)
>>
>> 		—C: Change Command I  from meaning Source > Font > Italic to a
>> keyboard command for \emph (Available under Leopard: Goedde, March
>> 24, 2008 11:35:58 AM EDT)
>>
>> 		—D: Change Command B from meaning Source > Font > Bold to a
>> keyboard command for \textbf (Available under Leopard: Goedde,
>> March 24, 2008 2:43:20 PM EDT)
>>
>> E—A way to collapse one or more sections' text / better yet an
>> outliner mode
>>
>> F1—A SECOND Typeset button, one that does NOT save at the same time
>> F2—A preference option to control whether Typeset saves or not -
>> and link that to the keyboard typeset command.
>>
>> 		—G: Let the bottom of the source window be standard, with a
>> horizontal scroll bar (Available: Source > Wrap Lines > None)
>>
>> H—The ability to split the output window as well as the source
>> window (if possible with sync)
>>
>> 		—I: A button in the source window to open the output window (To
>> bypass the menu's File > Open for Preview)( Available: a) Window >
>> Source<>Preview, b) with a key press: Apple-1)
>>
>> 		—J: Cursor staying put (Available: Pref > Document > Select on
>> Activate)
>>
>> K—Colored matched brackets.
>>
>> L—Emacs <-> TeXShop. For details, see Loukanova, March 24, 2008
>> 5:51:47 PM EDT + 25 Mar 2008 07:47:57 +0100 (CET)
>>
>> M—An option to color $...$ strings a solid color.
>>
>> N—An option to always open documents (.tex and .pdf) in the same
>> position where they were last closed. (Koch wrote to me about that
>> but I will leave it to him.)
>>
>> O—An option that allows the Tags menu drop down to always display
>> at the same scroll position from which the last tag was selected.
>>
>>
>> Regards
>> --schremmer
>>
>>
>>
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