In the latest versions of IntelliJ we've got a new feature that is available after pressing the Ctrl+Space. It is shown as an little arrow pointing to the right.
So this arrow invokes a sub-sub-menu and getting invoked also by the "right arrow" key on a keyboard. The point is that this sub-sub-menu is very annoying and in 99.9999% of cases not needed at all.
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If you put coursor after the "set" word and press Ctrl+Space you wan't be able to narrow down the search in a method popup just by hitting "right" arrow key. But instead you gonna get a useless submenu with no way to move the cousor.
The question is - is it possible to turn off this feature? Or even better to assign some specific shortcut to it (like Ctrl+right or something).
There is another place in IDE where this feature acts in a very inconvenient way which is Alt+Enter shortcut. I don't want to see those submenu things all the time and having a chance to hit it by mistake.