I bought the professional edition, so I am now a paying customer. I have several issues:
- When I have more than one issue, should I put up a separate post for each one, or lump them altogether?
- Is this the only support channel, for paid and free customers alike?
I saw this webcast https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hyoS5W_1kBQ From The Docs: PyCharm Skills, Beginner to Advanced - purely by accident. How do I know when things like this are happening?
- Yes, I heard the guy - I think his name is Paul Everitt - say something about Twitter, but guess what? I don’t Twitter, and I’m pretty sure I’m not the only one, shocking as that may be. How then, are the rest of us supposed to get in touch with you?
- I got a notice about 2020.2 coming out, so I hit ‘upgrade’, only to find that PyCharm did not have access. So I gave it permission on the opt/pycharm folder. It seemed like that worked - but maybe not. Next time I got this message about a slew of files that Pycharm also did not have access to, so I changed the permissions on all the pycharm subdirectores. Third time: same message! Am I supposed to grant permission individually on 100’s of files? I think that would be ridiculous, so what is the answer here?
- There is no way to save a list of all these files so I can look into them later and make a more granular and intelligent decision about them. A description of each file and its purpose (like a docstring, maybe?) would also be helpful in that regard. Consider that a FEATURE REQUEST.
- Now PyCharm is telling me that it can’t delete editorconfig.jar, files ‘may’ be corrupted and I should re-install the whole IDE. However, once all that went away, PyCharm restarted as if everything was fine.
- When I right click the PyCharm icon on the left side of my Ubuntu screen, I only get two options: ‘all windows’ and ‘quit’. What about locking it to my favorites?!