Is there a way to perform inspections on a key stroke ?

Currently, version 1.6.2 is a real hoag of resources when editing large modules (unworkable for me actually). I do need autoComplete but could do away with inspections (which i beleive is what takes all resources). The little green square (hopefully :) ), takes upwards of 5 seconds to complete in some cases : it is even faster to just compile, but some of the inspections are really useful to me. I am wondering if i could turn-off the inspections, but execute them 'one shot' on a key stroke, prior to compiling and starting unit tests ?

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It is not possible as you describing it, but you have several alternatives: disable some inspection (Preferences | Inspections) and run them from time to time with Code | Inspect Code...; you can also try using 'Power Safe Mode' - in this mode no inspections are performed.

But the best way is to report the performance problem in the tracker with a CPU snapshot (http://www.jetbrains.net/devnet/docs/1087) and we'll try to fix it.

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I already am guilty of a few 'performance' related incident reports in You Track. I'm just trying to find a way to work 'semi' efficiently here.

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Power Save Mode also nukes autoComplete ... vi is starting to look good again. sighhhhh

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