[OS X TeX] smart-Typing-Pairs with texshop
alain.matthes at mac.com
Sun Dec 6 11:45:14 EST 2009
Le 6 déc. 2009 à 16:29, Alain Schremmer a écrit :
> On Dec 6, 2009, at 4:43 AM, Alain Matthes wrote:
>> I found any answer to this question on the net : how to get pair of brackets and parentheses
>> automatically. I would like to get (..) [...] with only one action and like in TextMate
>> I would like replace a "selected text" by "(selected text)" or "[selected text]".
>> Is it possible with TexShop ?
> You might want to check AutoPairs (You can select the applications you want each pair to work on.)
Sorry but my english is not good enough to understand this sentence.
I don't want to "check" AutoPairs, but to "get" AutoPairs, it's not exactly the same thing.
Some of my students work with TexShop and it's useful to understand how to work with TexShop.
I don't need to select an application, TextMate is perfect for me.
The method with a macro gives a good result. I tried to modify autocompletion.plist but without success.
And I remark a problem with ^ and the autocompletion but it's normal on a french keyboard
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