Love pycharm/intellij overall.... BUT there's one thing that really gets in the way of productivity, the logic for which is really unclear to me.
Say I that I pull something from github using the integration. I'll get something like the following popup:
Well yes, but then if I want to take the next logical step (which would be to interact with the files somehow, likely using pycharm since it's an IDE and I like, as much as I can, to use the IDE to do stuff).... Well I can't. The popup window prevents me from doing that. I need to close the popup window.....
..... but then I can't see which files where the problematic ones.
It seems to me this is an unforced error in terms of UX. Developpers an overwhelmingly used to have multiple windows/tabs open and interact with them. That's the nature of the game. Why does intelliji (and that is just ONE specific instance, there are many other menu where the behavior is similarly counter-productive) insist on working against me on this?