Can someone tell me of a definitive listing to determine what verbs/terms/phrases require the Italian subjunctive to be used? For example, if I didn't know that magari required the congiuntivo, I don't see how I would learn that by looking it up in references such as Treccani, Collins/WR, Il Ragazzini, etc. Maybe it's listed there but I need to be instructed in how to see it?
Of course, it's easy to find sites which list cases where the congiuntivo is used, and I've seen questions on this site like this one, which refer to what seem to be good lists like this one. But what I'm looking for is something more reliable, a reference. Do I have to just rely on whoever's posted the longest list?