Disable RubyMine Gutter

Hi There,

I am new to RubyMine 1.1.  So far, it's great!  Is there any way to hide or disable the gutter in between the line numbers and code workspace?  I don't plan on using much of that functionality to start and coming from Textmate, we prefer very clean interfaces.

Thanks for any help.

Chad

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Hello Chad,

I am new to RubyMine 1.1. So far, it's great! Is there any way to
hide or disable the gutter in between the line numbers and code
workspace? I don't plan on using much of that functionality to start
and coming from Textmate, we prefer very clean interfaces.


No, there's currently no possibility to disable the gutter. It's likely that
we'll add an option for that in a future update.

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Dmitry Jemerov
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I am new to RubyMine 1.1.  So far, it's great!  Is there any way to hide or disable the gutter in between the line numbers and code workspace?  I don't plan on using much of that functionality to start and coming from Textmate, we prefer very clean interfaces.


Hello Chad,

I understand the crave for a clean interface, being a former Textmate user myself, but please give the RubyMine gutter some chance. Much of what makes RubyMine great reflects in the gutter (smart navigation, intentions, errors, etc), so disabling this would be a great loss.

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I'm working on gaining an appreciation for it.  Regardless, after setting up a couple hotkeys for search, code reformat, and instant class-find, I can no longer go back to my long time friend, Textmate.

Thanks guys.

Chad

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Regardless, after setting up a couple hotkeys for search, code reformat, and instant class-find, I can no longer go back to my long time friend, Textmate.


Heh. TextMate is a fine editor, and I love it. But whoever says it's the best thing for Ruby/Rails clearly haven't tried RubyMine. There's so much more to programming than plain code editing.

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Hello Chad,

after setting up a couple hotkeys for search, code reformat, and instant class-find, I can no longer go back to my long time friend, Textmate.

Do use our Textmate-like keymap? Are some key bindings are missed in our TextMate shortcut?

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Roman,

I started with the RubyMine default keymap.  My plan was only to bring over the ones I liked the most from TextMate and get used to the RubyMine ones for everything else.

This was, IMO, a good choice as I think RubyMine does a better job mapping keys.

Chad

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