I'm using Kile in Ubuntu Maverick.
If I want to create a fraction I type
\fraand use the auto-completion feature.
This results in the following:
The x in the second curly bracket is violet and underlined. As far as I get it right Kile is using it as a kind of placeholder. Nevertheless it is also an real letter as it can be compiled with LaTeX.
Now my question: Is there any (short-cut) possibility to jump to the x and replace it after having finished filling out the first bracket? By now I have to hit right-arrow three times (which isn't really ergonomic...) and delete the x manually.
Please excuse me if I'm asking something very stupid but I'm not very used to the world of kate/kile/kde.