Does Alt+Enter work for you in the latest EAP?

I'm finding that the "Quick Action" (for example, import, etc.) isn't working for me. I'm curious if it's a bad interaction with the Scala plugin, or a general EAP issue. Thanks!

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There don't seem to be any exceptions in the log :(

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Move/rename IDE folders to start with all the defaults and no plug-ins, see if it helps: https://intellij-support.jetbrains.com/entries/23358108 .

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Just did that (took a while) but Alt+Enter is definitely not working within a Scala project. No intentions get pulled up. Doesn't seem to be working inside a Java source file either.

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Have you tried bringing up the action via Ctrl+Shift+A / "Show Intention Actions"?

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Yeah. Bringing up the intention actions menu manually works - and I can execute the action specified within it.

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And have you checked in the Keymap settings whether Alt+Enter is assigned to a different, conflicting action?

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[puzzled] It feels like IDEA doesn't recognize the option key at all. I tried to search within the keymap for "Option" as the first stroke, but it refused to accept that as a valid input (i.e. nothing appeared). I checked to ensure that it wasn't a physical problem (i.e. my keyboard not working) and indeed - the Option key is firing. For some reason IDEA isn't recognizing it as the first keystroke in the search?

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What JDK do you use to run IDEA?

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