I agree with that, In previous discussions
on this list discoverability was considered an issue. By disabling the
feature we make things worse.
Mickael Istria <mistria@xxxxxxxxxx>,
"ide-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx" <ide-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx> Date:
02.11.2015 17:11 Subject:
A new survey Sent by:
I don’t think that disabling spell checking
by default is wise. The spell checker already has an easy way for folks
to opt out with a “disable spell checking” quick fix, so it’s a trade
off of slightly inconveniencing those that don’t want the checking vs.
having users that do want it not know that it’s there.
From: Mickael Istria Sent: Monday, November 2, 2015 7:59 AM To: ide-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: [ide-dev] A new survey
On 11/02/2015 04:03 PM, Doug Schaefer
wrote: Does anyone know of a commercial
IDE that would ask questions like this at install time? I can’t remember
any but I have only installed the big ones, Visual Studio and Xcode. Last time I started IntelliJ, I
got asked a few questions, such as which theme I would like to use. However,
I don't manage to get back in the state in which one it asks that... -- Mickael Istria Eclipse developer at JBoss,
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