Command completion overwrites existing text.

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Command completion overwrites existing text.

Postby Bud » Fri Jun 13, 2003 11:03 pm

Not sure if this is a bug or a feature request, but I've been burned enough times that it has become annoying, so: bug. :wink:

If I have some code, say
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<img src="">

Now, if I want to insert more parameters, I put the cursor right before the letter "s" in "src" and add the height parameter:
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<img height="25"src="">

Now, I want to add a width. So press space, and start typing. HTMLPad, being helpful, puts up the autocorrect box. If I ignore it and continue typing, then as soon as I hit the equals sign, this is what happens:

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<img height="25" widthsrc=="">

:sad: That's not happy.

Suppose I was lazy, and decided to use the autocorrect box instead. I select "width" from the pick-list and press enter. This is what happens:
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<img height="25" width=="">

:evil: Gahh!!! :twisted:

Code completion

Postby Underdog » Wed Jul 02, 2003 6:08 pm

Delphi also has a code completion bug like you mentioned. The answer is to have a space following the cursor as you type in front of other text. In your example, after you pressed space to go type the width parameter, move back one space using an arrow key and continue typing. It's a workaround that, if you use it often enough, becomes second nature.
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