How? Inspections on left Side & disable Auto-Save

Hi,
I am very satisfied with the Ruby-IDE, but i have two questions i can not find an answer for:

1) Is it possible to show the inspection-markers (the yellow and red squares) also on the left side PER LINE? Currently it marks found errors or warnings on the right side per document. Thats ok as long as the file is not very long. But as it gets longer, there is no way to get a feeling of where these warnings really happen. A good way would be to also mark the line on the left side with the warning or error. If its already included, how can i enable it?

2) It seems RubyMine is always saving the files; there is no need to do manuall Save. Thats ok, but i am used to excplicit save a file when i want, so i am always hammering CMD+S to save the file. The question is: How can i disable the automatic saving?


Thanks in adanvance ;)

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Hello Patrick,

1) Is it possible to show the inspection-markers (the yellow and red squares) also on the left side PER LINE? Currently it marks found errors or warnings on the right side per document. Thats ok as long as the file is not very long. But if if it gets longer, theres no way to get a feeling of where these warnings really happen. A good way would be to also mark the line on the left side with the warning or error. If its already included, how can i enable it?

Unfortunally it is not possible to move this indicator somewhere else.

2) It seems RubyMine is always saving the files; there is no need to do manuall Save. Thats ok, but i am used to excplicit save a save when i want, so i am always hammering CMD+S to save the file. The question is: How can i disable the automatic saving?


You can configure autosave functionality in File | Settings | General | Synchronization.

Regards,
Oleg
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Oleg, it is great that this can be turned off.  Especially when using Guard to auto trigger execution of Cucmber/Rspec feature/examples.  
Best would be if RbuyMine did this auto-save in a way that was distinguishable from user intiated saves - not sure if this is even possible since its getting down into the system level specifics.
Guard has some details here[0] about how it detects changes.

HTH

[0] https://github.com/guard/guard/wiki/Analysis-of-inotify-events-for-different-editors

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