Swift in 3.3: How to disable autocomplete when declaring new variable names? Follow
When trying to assign a new variable, autocomplete activates and keeps trying to suggest variable names based on past variables or methods.
For instance, if trying to declare an SKSpriteNode named "sprite", I will get:
and without consciously remembering to hit ESC before pressing space to continue typing, it will pop out a method name, and I have to go clean it up.
It's actually worse when I have a variable name similar to a named parameter, as sometimes i might not notice the difference and wind up with an annoying bug.
Is there any way to disable autocomplete for when you are typing variable names?
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Charles, thanks for reporting and sorry for the inconvenience, we'll fix this problem in the following bug-fix updates.
Meanwhile, you can disable the auto-completion popup in Editor | Genera | Code Completion | Autopopup... - you still be able to invoke the completion with shortcuts (Ctrl+Space, Ctrl+Shift+Space).
Thanks, Anton, I'll go with that for now.