|Re: Autocorrect - the apple way [message #905273 is a reply to message #904983]
||Thu, 30 August 2012 03:56
| Wayne Beaton
Registered: December 2017
This is an interesting idea. However, this isn't the right forum (I can|
understand how the name "proposals" might be a bit misleading).
The best way to make this sort of recommendation is to open a bug
against Eclipse/Platform . Or you can make the suggestion in the
eclipse.platform forum .
On 08/29/2012 10:10 AM, Joost Vangoidsenhoven wrote:
> When typing java code, the eclipse autocorrect currently suggests quick
> fixes. However, this is still tedious since you have to hover your mouse
> over the exception, or use shortcuts. However, when trivial fixes are
> available (with typo's, e.g. privtae -> private, or Strign -> String),
> eclipse should autocorrect without warning (or by quickly underlining
> the keyword for a short period). This would help the development alot!
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