[OS X TeX] Re: command completion file for inline and display math mode
eddfernando at gmail.com
Fri Jan 20 07:20:21 EST 2012
I use TexShop as my editor.
@Herb: It works. Thanks.
But I would like a 'Mark' out side the inline math mode to be
able to quickly move outside the math modes by pressing let's say
option-tab keys. (tab is my trigger key).
For example when I want to use the 'itemize' environment I write \bite and
hit the trigger key (tab) and it
produces the itemize environment with Markers very conveniently placed so
that I may jump out side the environment
by hitting the 'option-tab' keys.
Is there any way to do the same for math modes?.
@Alan: I will take your advice from now on.
Thanks both for your help.
On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 6:10 PM, Dilan Fernando <eddfernando at gmail.com>wrote:
> Hello All,
> Does anybody know how to achieve the following:
> I want to be able to write something like \mathin (or some other
> appropriate key board short cut)
> and hit the trigger key and get $$ for the inline math mode with the
> cursor conveniently placed inside the
> double dollar signs and a 'mark' out side the environment to move out of
> the in- line
> math mode quickly.
> Also, how does one do the same for the display math mode ($$ $$)?.
> May be this question has already been asked or may be this command
> already exists. But I was not able to figure it out.
> Any help is greatly appreciated.
> Dilan Fernando
> University of Missouri, Columbia
> Mathematics Department.
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