Disable "import suggestion" popup?

I'm not sure exactly what its called, but if you see the attached screen shot you'll know what I mean.

Is there a way to turn this off, or better yet: make it slightly transparent?

It gets in the way of reading code thats behind it.

Thanks.



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Hello Chris,

It can be turned off via Settings | Editor | Auto Import | Python | Show

import popup

How is the 'settings' variable defined in this code? The auto-import popup

wouldn't be shown if PyCharm was able to resolve the variable.

I'm not sure exactly what its called, but if you see the attached

screen shot you'll know what I mean.

Is there a way to turn this off, or better yet: make it slightly

transparent?

It gets in the way of reading code thats behind it.

Thanks.

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Thanks.

It isn't a bug in the code parsing - settings object wasn't actually imported yet. I end up copy / pasting a lot of code around, and the popup can get in the way if I want to paste something then change it.

The feature to automagically suggest imports for unresolved items is very handy, but through a context menu or some other way that dosen't cover up the code would be best for me :-)

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Hello Chris,

The feature to automagically suggest imports for unresolved items is

very handy, but through a context menu or some other way that dosen't

cover up the code would be best for me :-)

Even if you disable the auto-import popup, you can still invoke the auto-import

by pressing Alt-Enter on an unresolved reference and selecting the corresponding

quickfix.

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Dmitry Jemerov

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Perfect, thank you.

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