I searched around a bit for this, and it seems like there should be a way to fix this pretty easily, but I can't quite figure it out.
When I'm in a LaTeX document, and I open math mode with "\(", the auto-complete gives me a ")". (And similarly for "\[" and "]")
I'd like for ST2 to either ignore the left bracket (maybe it could recognize the escape sequence?), or, even better, auto-complete it with a two-character sequence, "\)", or "\]", as appropriate.
A snippet would work, but that would require disabling auto-complete for brackets since the snippet fires after the auto-complete places the extra bracket at the end (which you can't tab past to escape the snippet scope, since it isn't in the snippet).
I would like to keep auto-complete on for non-escaped brackets, but if turning it of is the easiest way to deal with this, I guess I can live with it... although I'm not sure of all of the ramifications of doing that.
Do most people turn off auto-complete for brackets in LaTeX files? Am I missing another way of dealing with this?