Implicit underlines: very nice!

This is a very very nice feature. And the underline style is just right; very subtle. Scala with pleasure!

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Barry,

This was done at the suggestion of Alex Cruise (Arrgh`). See this YouTrack entry.


Randall Schulz

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How do I disable it?

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Well, there should be a rocker switch labelled "0 / 1" on the back of your computer. Putting it in the 0 position is a very reliable way to disable things.


RRS

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Thanks, that works (although switch does not look like that on my Mac Mini).

Seriously though, I find the underlines on symbols like '+' slightly distracting. It might need some getting used to, perhaps.
However, it would be nice if "implicit highlighting" was a distinct member of the "Scala Colors & Fonts" settings. Perhaps it already is, and I've missed it?

-tt

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Those underlines are manifestation of some strange bug in the code. We tried hard to remove them but with no luck (reverting to a previous version of project doesn't help; turning off monitor doesn't work either). The odds are that everybody has to accept them "as is"

Seriously, implicit underlines are just a proof-of-concept and they will surely have their switch, configuration and a list of exclusions.

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Uncheck Code Style / Scala / Other settings / Show implicit conversions in editor.

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