I've just downloaded IDEA 13; barely used it so far. The popups are driving me crazy. I'm looking at some code and and typing and it pops up something that covers what I'm reading. I found a way to disable the "Autopopup code completion", but I still get things like this. I think they are called "intention actions" (?)
(By that way that's not a SQL file; I just happened to paste some SQL into Scala before editing it, and it's a good example because I'm trying to write code based on what is now hidden under the blue popup.)
Is there a way to tell it to show me suggestions only when I ask for them? I'm coming from Eclipse, and I do use the "quick fix" similar feature they have. But I'd like it to indicate that a suggestion is available without getting in my face and covering the code I'm trying to write. Maybe a squiggly underline or something like that. Is that possible?