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    Is there a way to close the input support window as soon as I input something that is not recorded in the dictionary?

    Reason is sometimes I do not look at the screen and just input. When I type commands like

    frac12 or frac{d}2

    I am still int the dropdown window and I need an [Enter]-key to get out of it. It would be convenient if, when my input matches none of the dictionary items then the program closes the window automatically. So, as soon as I type


    I am typing without the input support window.

    Thanks. – gromov


    This input support method is also built in order to ease the TeX command input process.
    Sometimes you type a command, but you have a typo, you still have a chance to choose the right command from the list with up and down key.
    But it maybe get sometimes annoyed when you’re fast typing your command.

    I’ll notice the author about your suggestion, thanks.

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