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Status Submitted
Workspace Planning Analytics
Created by Guest
Created on May 26, 2022

Stop Process Editor Autocomplete jumping to end of line

When writing TI processes in the Workbench, the auto-complete feature if quite useful. However, in some cases, when the Tab key is used to accept the auto-completion suggestion, the cursor jumps to the end of the line, normally after the semicolon.

For example, when typing in elseif and accepting the auto-complete, the editor creates the elseif( <<expression>>); block correctly. When then typing the condition in the elseif brackets and accepting the next auto-complete suggestion (for example inserting a variable or parameter), the cursor jumps to the end of the line, instead of just after the auto-completion suggestion. The user must then reposition the cursor after the inserted value and continue writing out the condition.

This also happens when adding parameters to an executeprocess() function. When trying to pass a variable or parameter and accepting the auto-complete, the cursor jumps to the end. This is frustrating when multiple parameters need to be passed to the executeprocess() function, since the user must repeatedly reposition te cursor.

It would be more useful if the cursor jumped to the end of the suggested auto-completed variable/parameter and stopped there. This will then allow the user to easily jump to the end of the line using something like Fn+right arrow or Cmd+right arrow, or end.

Needed By Not sure -- Just thought it was cool