Unchecking "Save files on frame deactivation" does not work

Settings -> General -> Save files on frame deactivation does not disable the functionality when it is unchecked. I have restarted rubymine since unchecking it multiple times, but it always triggers my autospec (which is being run independently) whenever rubymine loses focus. Extremely annoying and cpu intensive when I'm bouncing between my browser, terminal window, and rubymine, which for BDD programming happens pretty much all the time.

Has anyone else noticed this? Is this not the correct option for disabling this functionality?

For reference, I'm using 1.1.1 on ubuntu 8.10

Thank you

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Hello John,

What files does your autotest react to? RubyMine saves the project settings
(stored under the .idea directory) even if you disable "Save files on frame
deactivation". If you could exclude .idea from autotest monitoring, this
would solve the problem.

Settings -> General -> Save files on frame deactivation does not
disable the functionality when it is unchecked. I have restarted
rubymine since unchecking it multiple times, but it always triggers my
autospec (which is being run independently) whenever rubymine loses
focus. Extremely annoying and c

pu intensive when I'm bouncing between my browser, terminal window,
and rubymine, which for BDD programming happens pretty much all the
time.

Has anyone else noticed this? Is this not the correct option for
disabling this functionality?

For reference, I'm using 1.1.1 on ubuntu 8.10


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Dmitry Jemerov
Development Lead
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http://www.jetbrains.com/
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Unfortunately my installation is no longer causing the problem and I'm not able to reproduce it currently... If I am able to later reproduce it I'll confirm the fix you suggested. If anyone else has this problem and thinks Dmitry's fix might apply to them, incase you can't find information on how to do exclusions in autotest (a little tricky to find the right result on google), just drop the attached .autotest file into your home directory (ubuntu, not sure about osx and windows) or append it's contents to your .autotest.

Thanks Dmitry.



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