[MonoDevelop] Show completion always
Lluis Sanchez Gual
lluis at novell.com
Fri Jul 11 08:51:45 EDT 2008
El dv 11 de 07 de 2008 a les 08:21 -0400, en/na Chris Wright va
> Hello --
> Is there a way to make MonoDevelop show autocompletion whenever it's
> available rather than having to use a keyboard shortcut? Currently
> there are some strings after which the autocompletion popup is
> displayed; I want to get it for, essentially, \s*[^\s]+\s*.
That's not currently supported.
> Also, the document navigation mode seems to follow the order in which
> files were opened. Visual Studio uses the order in which tabs were
> accessed; the rest of the world uses the visual order of the tabs.
Not sure what you mean by "document navigation mode", but MD uses the
visual order of the tabs (which is initially the order in which files
were opened) when navigating through files using shortcuts.
> both of these, it's reasonably simple to modify the order in which you
> access documents. MonoDevelop forces you to close and reopen files to
> change the tab order.
You can change the tab order by dragging the tab headers.
> A text editor extension should work to fix this, since it can pay
> attention to keypress events (you can't reasonably make shortcuts for
> control-tab, control-tab-tab, control-tab-tab-tab,
> control-tab-tab-tab-tab... and even if you go fifteen levels deep, if
> that's possible, someone will want to switch through sixteen
> documents), but is there any simpler way?
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