Good work on rearrangement of intentions popup

I'd just like to say to the Jetbrainers that the recent rearrangement of
the intentions popup, providing access to the additional options for
intentions as an additional popup accessible by pressing the Right arrow
key, is just excellent. Good work 8)

Ciao,
Gordon

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In article <d6d7sa$t60$1@is.intellij.net>,
Gordon Tyler <gordon.tyler@quest.com> wrote:

I'd just like to say to the Jetbrainers that the recent rearrangement of
the intentions popup, providing access to the additional options for
intentions as an additional popup accessible by pressing the Right arrow
key, is just excellent. Good work 8)


Yup was just gonna write, my first impression was wow, it guessed what I
wanted right, then I noticed the blue arrow, clicked and had more
options which were not relevant 99% of the time I clicked on the blue
arrow... The one time being that I indeed wanted to turn something off.

Thanks, this is build is moving along real nicely.

R

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Hm, it's an improvement, but I also have an issue with it:
Say the inspection warns about "Local variable is redundant".
There are four different quickfixes, and none of them contains the words "local" or "redundant" (e.g. split declaration and initialization". It takes too much effort from my little, limited developers brain to guess that I can edit the options for "Local variable is redundant" in the "Inline variable" submenu.

In general the connection between the inspection warning and the corresponding quick fix is too weak.

Sadly, I don't have a good suggestion myself.

Anybody?

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