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Keywords pop-up [message #994333] Thu, 27 December 2012 02:58 Go to next message
Eustace Fril is currently offline Eustace FrilFriend
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Registered: December 2012
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When within the Editor the pointer goes over some keywords, a pop-up appears with information. For example when it goes over COLOR the pop-up says:

==============
jave.awt.Color
The default color space for the Java 2D(tm) API is RGB; a proposed standard RGN space.
For further information on RGB see
...
==============

How I can turn this feature off? It's really a little annoying.

I am using the Helios version.

Thanks,

Eustace

P.S. This is not so important but I would also like to know how I can change the color of the link in the pop-ups.
Re: Keywords pop-up [message #994505 is a reply to message #994333] Thu, 27 December 2012 14:11 Go to previous messageGo to next message
David Wegener is currently offline David WegenerFriend
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The popups are called Hovers. You can control them in Preferences. Note that there are different Hover Preferences depending on the Editor being used. Search for Hover in the Preference search box.

I believe you can get rid of the Java Hovers by unchecking Combined Hover in the Java Editor Hovers page.
Re: Keywords pop-up [message #995134 is a reply to message #994505] Sat, 29 December 2012 06:36 Go to previous message
Eustace Fril is currently offline Eustace FrilFriend
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On 2012-12-27 09:11 David Wegener wrote:
> The popups are called Hovers. You can control them in Preferences.
> Note that there are different Hover Preferences depending on the Editor
> being used. Search for Hover in the Preference search box.
>
> I believe you can get rid of the Java Hovers by unchecking Combined
> Hover in the Java Editor Hovers page.

Yes, I unchecked Combined Hover in the Java Editor Hovers page, and also
checked Problem Description, that's quite useful. Thanks.

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