First of all, thanks for making this awesome environment, I don't know if we'd be able to use Scala without it!
We have a pretty large Scala codebase and are exploring ways we can speed up the autocomplete feature.
When doing some local testing, we realized that when we avoid type inferencing on public members of a class that the client code's autocomplete is much faster. This surprised me a little bit because I figured the plugin would cache that data when parsing. But I'm sure there's a good reason.
There's already a very nice inspection called "Type annotation required" that allows you to highlight when public members are relying on type inference. I'd like to be able to run that on a large scope, say a project, and have it insert the type annotations automatically. But when I run it, there's no "quick fix" available. I know the plugin can do this automated insertion because there's a nice intention called "Toggle Type Annotation". But I can't figure out how to apply the intention to an entire fire or project.
Is there a way to do this?