that supports in-place completion, any of the gestures
invokes the in-place completion unless it is already displayed.
, completion commands invoke in-place completion by default, though you can make them use dialogs instead by setting
There are several Editor commands that invoke in-place completion unconditionally:
Abbreviated in-place Complete Symbol
Completes the symbol before the point, taking the string as abbreviation.
In-Place Complete Symbol
Completes the symbol before the point
In-Place Complete Input
Echo Area: Complete the input in the echo area. For file input, does file completion.
In-Place Expand File Name
Expand the file name at the current point.
In-Place Expand File Name with space
Expand the file name at the current point, allowing spaces.
LispWorks Editor User Guide
for information on binding these commands to keyboard gestures. See
LispWorks CAPI Reference Manual
for information on calling them from CAPI.
CAPI User Guide (Unix version) - 30 Aug 2011