So I have a simple live template for console.logging:
The problem here is that since the first var is a string, auto-completion is disabled, ruining the efficiency gained by using it. Turning it around:
When turned around, and starting with the real var, it works decent: auto completion is enabled, and I can log fast many items that I need.
But now the problem is that the descriptive string is logged after the logged var, making it hard to read in a browser console window, again losing that wanted efficiency. This is especially problematic if you are logging many items during debug.
Given the template: console.log('$VAR$', $VAR), how can I make the cursor start at the second occurrence of the same var, and thus make auto completion be enabled while typing, while having the exact name of the logged var given as string as first param to the console.log function?