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I think this is in the right section...

In TextMate 1.5.7 how do I enable the auto-complete hints like below when typing;



figuring this out is the difference between buying the app and going back to something really heavy like dreamweaver.

I'd post in textmates forum but its deserted in there.

Thanks in advanced
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Would probably be under preferences, I would guess.

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