IDE 11.0.1 - How can I deactivate CSS code intelligence on semicolon


#1

Using Komodo IDE 11.0.1 on Windows 10. Whenever I edit a CSS file and finish a line with a semicolon, Code Intelligence pops up with a list of accepted declarations, the first one being -moz-appearance. If I press Enter to get a new line then -moz-appearance: is instead added to the file and I have to manually delete it. Is there any way to prevent Code Intelligence when I type a semicolon? I still want to keep it so that if I start typing max-w it should suggest max-width:.

Note that this only happens when Code Intelligence has no suggestion for the value of the current declaration or if I select something other than the suggested values.

I have tried starting Komodo IDE with the default settings but I am still faced with the same behavior.


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#2

Hi @Technoh, this is a bug in 11.0.1 and has been fixed in the latest nightly:

http://downloads.activestate.com/Komodo/nightly/komodoide/latest-11.0.2/

The official release will follow in a few weeks.


#3

Any updates on this? I’m seeing the same behavior in v11.0.2, build 90813.


#4

It should have been fixed in 11.0.2. Are you still seeing the exact same behaviour?


#5

Yes, in fact that’s why I looked at the forum last week.

I’ve been using Komodo IDE again because I’m now doing Ruby and RoR development. That includes working with stylesheets. I’ll attempt to add a screenshot.

I’m using v11.0.2 running on CentOS7. I have a screenshot, but I don’t see a way to attach it here.


#6

You can just drag it onto the reply area I believe.

Does this happen in safe-mode also? Help > Troubleshooting > Restart in Safe-mode.


#7

I’ll try that and post and update here.

Yes, same behavior in safe mode.


#8

I can confirm that this is still happening for me in 11.0.2 as well. Exact same issue and behaviour, and the issue persists in Safe Mode.


#9

Thanks guys, opened a new bug here:


#10

Hi guys, I wonder if can you remove this code intelligence after opening the curly braces too.

I want to open it and press Enter to continue adding CSS rules, then this happens:


#11

Anything new on this ?

Same bug on “11.1.0”.

Thanks


#12

@trogne, on which issues? The semi colon issue should be fixed. I don’t know if @stramin filed a ticket for their issue with {.

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#13

This issue still persists in Komodo IDE, version 11.1.1, build 91089, platform win32-x86.


#14

No completions trigger after ; me. If you’re still seeing this issue please start a new thread as we’ll have to dig into specifically what might be going on in your case.