I have the version of Screem that ships with Ubuntu
Breezy. It's 0.12.1. It's unfortunate that I cannot
turn off inline tagging by any means necessary,
including preferences dialog, gconf-editor, or editing
any manner of text file.
So, for instance, since I have memorized most HTML tags
that I typically use, I do not like typing:
$a = "<
...and seeing a list when I'm only going to type 'BR'.
The BR tag is something I use over and over and over
again in PHP. I don't need autocomplete/inline tagging
Plus, it's not that I just can ignore the popup because
what happens is that it automatically puts a > in. If
I'm typing fast, I automatically type this character
in. Plus, with my dyslexia, I might not even notice it
when reading or typing. Then, my apps break and it's
hard to track down the bug.
There is a preferences item "Inline Tagging", but
unchecking it proves fruitless for this problem.
If you have fixed this in a new stable release, then
can you get it over to the Ubuntu team so that they can
package it as an update? That way, all I have to do is
"apt-get upgrade" and I receive the new version.
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