I've exhaustively gone through the settings and disabled all forms of autocomplete, intentions, templates, etc, but the editor *still* insists on autocompleting my html tags after I type "</". To make matters worse, it doesn't recognize the <g: tags, so when I have code like this:
and I type "</", the editor spits out </div> instead of </g:if>. If I want to insert </g:if>, I have to type </>, get the div, delete the div (but leaving the slash), and finally type "g:if>". Is there any way to fix this? Otherwise I'm going to have to abandon IntelliJ IDEA and move to another IDE.