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kor

how to cancel scite auto complete case by case?

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kor

I love Scite's auto complete.

However, there are times when in a certain instance of typing a function or variable name I don't want to use Scite's suggesetion. If I hit the TAB key it will use the suggestion, is there a hotkey that disregards the suggestion?

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BrewManNH

Escape


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Kidney

I think the spacebar also cancels it. Not at home so i cant test.

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kor

spacebar does cancel it, but then you'd have to hit backspace to finish typing your own variable name.

BrewMan, thanks! escape indeed was what i was looking for.

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