I'm using Linux / Pycharm 1.5.1 (but problem appeared in 1.2 as well), and I'm having a minor, but irritating problem.
My docstrings appear to be using non-fixed-width font. Becaus the four spaces that occur before the docstring are using a fixed-width font, and becuase docstrings are multiline, this causes all of the docstrings to appear to have a messed up indention level.
I'm intentionally not formatting the code below in order to show the problem:
___""" Start of comment.
...Next line text.
...Next line text."""
Now imagine the underscores are spaces in non-fixed-width font. Notice how the "Next line text" appears to be at a different indention level than the start of the docstring? It's very bothersome when using a language like this.
I can't seem to change this in the settings.
Settings->IDE Settings->Editor->Colors and Fonts->Python->Docstring
looks like it only as options to change the colors, and the Font type (bold, Italic), but not the type of font.
Does anyone know how to change this to fixed-width, or otherwise eliminate the overhang problem I'm seeing?