I'm hoping this is just a setting I've missed and someone can point me at it: is there a way to make IDEA's undo buffer NOT survive a file open/close?
What I mean is this... if I'm editing a file, and I save and close it and then open it again, hitting control-z to undo will start undoing things that happened BEFORE that save and close. That to me is very annoying because I use save/close/reload as a sort of "marker" during my work... so if I have a large task that decomposes into a couple of smaller ones I'll do that after each smaller one once I get it working so I know I can always undo back to that "good" state without having to check in partial code to source control. But the way IDEA works here breaks that paradigm, the undo buffer needs to be cleared when I open a file basically or I can't work my usual way, which is annoying.
So, hopefully it's just a setting I missed like I said, but I've been through them and haven't seen anything. Anyone help out?