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bumped - any ideas?

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I dont really know what you mean.  Could you describe it a bit more please.

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Hi,

Say you are about to type in a word. An instance of the word may be already in the code block you are editing, either before or ahead of the current cursor position. Instead of retyping the word, if you press Ctrl+K or Ctrl+Shift+K, Netbeans cycles forwards (or backwards) and inserts each successive word (from either before or after the current cursor position) at the current cursor position. You simply stop typing Ctrl+K or Ctrl+Shift+K when you reach the correct word.

It is a really handy feature that I hope is in Storm somewhere :)

Thanks and regards.

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There's no such built-in functionality. Feel free to file a feature request to http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issues/WI

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I was thinking about words autocomplete in np++ style. Seems like Netbeans do it in similar way. I filed feature request: http://youtrack.jetbrains.net/issue/WI-2497.

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Hi Dmitriy,

Thank you very much for your assistance with filing the feature request. I hope the feature makes it into the product :)

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Sorry, I was wrong.This feature is already present:
Code | Code Completion | Cyclic Expand Word (Alt + /)
Code | Code Completion | Cyclic Expand Word (Backward) (Alt + Shift + /)

Also, please use Search | Find action (Ctrl-Shift-A) to search for actions in IDE.

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Hi Alexey,

>Code | Code Completion | Cyclic Expand Word (Alt + /)

>Code | Code Completion | Cyclic Expand Word (Backward) (Alt + Shift + /)

This is not the same feature in any way. To be honest, I can't work out with this even does (it seems very random), but for sure, it isn't anything like the Netbeans feature I am referring to

If you are able to look in Netbeans and and try the feature I refer to, you will get an understand of what it does.

Thanks and regards.

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