This adds dictionary entries to the completions inside comments. For lazy typers!
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This plug-in adds auto-completion entries from the dictionary file. Useful for very lazy typers like me or if you're searching for a particular word.
The default scopes where this plug-in is active are
text. But you can customize them.
Just type Ctrl + Space to show auto-completion, or allow auto-complete to always show suggestions by changing your 'Settings - User' for example like this:
"auto_complete_selector": "text, comment, string"
DictionaryAutoComplete takes the suggestions from the dictionary used for spell-checking by default. But if you want you can set another one in the settings (for example a frequency dictionary).
Very easy with Package Control right inside Sublime Text 2/3 (Package Control needs to be installed):
- Ctrl + shift + P
- Search for “inst”, hit enter
- Search for “DictionaryAutoComplete”, hit enter
Manually (not recommended):
- Clone or download this package
- Put it into your Packages directory (find using 'Preferences' -> 'Browse Packages…')
You can customize the following parameters in (a copy in
User package folder of)
encoding : The dictionary encoding (like
insert original : If the default auto-completion list should be used or not.
maximum results : The maximal number of results that this plug-in should return (for slower computer smaller number is better).
scopes : Define the scopes where this plug-in is active.
minimal length : The minimal length of a word to be completed (for slower computer you should play with this parameter to find what is optimal).
forbidden prefixes : This allows to not auto-complete after some characters, which can be useful for compatibility with other plug-ins.
languages : A language specific settings. Here you can overwrite all the previous settings for a particular language. Here is also the place to set an alternative dictionary if you want.
dictionary : A path to alternative dictionary to use in place of the default dictionary used for spell-checking. This allows you for example to use a frequency dictionary that will show in first place the most used words.
smash characters: Allows you to identify characters with accents in some languages. For example for French you can set
"smash characters": ["eéèêë", "aàâä", "cç", "iîï", "oôö", "uùûü", "yÿ"]
and then when you type “lecon” it will suggest you “leçon”.
numeric shortcuts: Change the way auto complete behaves. All the choices are numbered and pressing a number select the corresponding completion. If you use this setting you should probably set
maximum results to less than 10.
dictionary symbol: Is the symbol displayed on the right that is by default
🕮. You can choose for example one of the Unicode book symbols:
reset on every key: [experimental] By default ST do not refresh the auto-completion list on every key press.To overcome this we can force completion list refresh by first hiding then showing it. This is done when this setting is set to
true (by default it is
Two commands are added in the Command Palette (Ctrl+Shift+P):
Dictionary Auto Complete: Toggle : Activate/deactivate this plug-in.
Auto Complete: Toggle : Activate/deactivate the sublime auto-completion.
Dictionary Auto-Complete for Sublime Text 2/3 Copyright © 2013 Florian Zinggeler Copyright © 2018 Kroum Tzanev
This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.
This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details.
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