I just started using JetBrains WebStorm, it's great and everything but I can't configure it in the way I want it to work, so it actually save more time, so I don't have type everything manually by myself and so I don't have to battle auto completion technologies by unnecessary pressing many additional keys on the keyboard.
So there are different situations in which I either have to battle auto completion technologies in order to continue to type code or I have to type every single thing:
When defining an object it doesn't 'eat' closing brace(which is on a new line), it inserts a new one and break my code:
But if this closing brace is on the same line with a cursor, it will eat closing brace:
Which doesn't make any sense: if I just type closing brace } and it break my code, then auto completion is broken; and if I have to press multiple arrow keys just in order to be able to make auto completion work or to just continue typing my code, then auto completion is counter-productive.
I wasn't able to find a solution, so it eats closing brace }(which is on a new line) and put my cursor right after the closing brace, so I can continue to type my code without doing additional job.
Here's how it looks when I do it manually(and how it should be when auto completion is turned on, just imagine that closing brace is there, on the next line):
So if I turn off my auto completion, I can actually type things without breaking my code, but I don't want to type everything manually. Once I actually want to jump to some other place using my mouse, I will have to actually finish all of these closing braces and commas, which is counter-productive compared to 'proper' auto completion solution, which I am trying to achieve.
Is there a way to use auto completion but to make it, so when I type closing brace myself, it will eat my own brace and put a cursor right after the next closing brace IDE put there by itself, even if this closing brace is on the next row?
Here's an example from Visual Studio(C#) of what I'm trying to achieve in WebStorm(and how it should properly originally work):
This approach would allow me to type code manually when I want to do it without pressing additional keys on the keyboard(like Enter or Arrow keys), as well as to instantly jump to some other pieces of code using my mouse, without worrying about manually typing closing braces by myself all the time. It would make everything more comfortable, faster and less error prone.