Is there a way to get rid of annotations?

I like to have vertical split setup with project panel and 2 code windows open at the same time. Makes BDD real fun as you can see specs and desribed code all at the same time.

Under this setup, space is limited and any unnecessary IDE decorations that eat into my code space are annoying at best. It is good that RubyMine can be configured to get rid of most of them.

However, I did not find any settings to get rid of "Annotations" (stuff between line numbers and code proper). Really, losing so much space just to see "annotations" like: overriden/mixed-in/partial declaration (5 characters per code window, 10 characters per screen!) - is not my kind of fun. At best, those annotations should be compressed into 1 char space, or even better - just hang over module/method, as inspection result does.

Anyways, is there a way to get rid of those annotations altogether right now? I can totally live without them... Please advise, thanks!

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However, I did not find any settings to get rid of "Annotations" (stuff between line numbers and code proper). Really, losing so much space just to see "annotations" like:

Right click on it and chose "close annotations"
Screen shot 2010-11-25 at 12.45.46 PM.png
By the way you RubyMine may look like:
Screen shot 2010-11-25 at 12.43.56 PM.png
More over you may hide/show project structure tool window using shortcut META+1

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Yep, my RubyMine setup looks very similar, but I do not see "close annotations" options when I'm right-clicking it. :(
Screenshot is attached - there is grayed out "Annotate", but no "close annotations"



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Annotate - is for Version Control annotate feature (as you see on my screenshot). In your case space is eaten by override/overriden/overload/partial class declaration gutters. At the moment you cannot hide them.

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Ah, got it - thanks Roman, I'll keep my eye on it.

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