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Hi, Tom.

That's not possible at the moment. Could you please clarify: do you have any issues with placeholders completion or is it just inconvenient for you? We had a request to add such option for C/C++ but not for Swift code so far, so it would be interesting to hear your thoughts.

Hi Tatiana,

I don't currently have any major issues with it, it is more just a convenience thing.

The code I'm working in at the moment has quite a lot of function overloads with default arguments in most cases, and often when the completions come up, I end up having to delete a lot of them, the cursor movement seems unnatural to me as I lose track of where the cursor is when a placeholder is selected. I can see the use in some cases, I just think for me it gets in the way more than it helps.

Would be awesome if I could just disable this one specific thing if possible,

Thank you!

 

Tom

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I see, thanks. I've created a ticket for that in our tracker. Please vote & watch it for progress.

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Thank you! Sorry I didn't clarify this before but I am working in C/C++ code, not Swift if that makes a difference.

Regards!

 

Tom

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Ah, my bad. For some reason I inferred you're using Swift (likely because of the link to the post). For C/C++ we have a task already, see OC-14631.

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No worries! Ah great thanks! Thank you very much for your time!

I love AppCode! Trying to go back to Xcode makes me want to cry ;)

Cheers!

 

Tom

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