So I'm trying to speed up my usage of IntelliJ code-completion (by, you know, actually using it).
If I type the following sequence:
I'm left with an IDE cursor located here:
In other words, I now have to move my hands off the home row and hit the -> arrow key to get the cursor into a part where I can start typing again, say for the next attribute like 'align' or 'valign'.
I know that I can simply type a closing " character, and the IDE is smart enough to simply over-write the one that is already there. But I'm wondering if there's a way to get the IDE to place the cursor outside the attribute that was just auto-completed.