How to disable predictive type in Inspector CSS?


#1

Is it possible to turn off predictive text in the Page Inspector CSS field? The feature is rather irritating, sometimes it just keeps replacing the text. (Referring to Rapidweaver 6)


(Nik Fletcher) #2

Unfortunately not. We’ve substantially tweaked the behaviour so it shouldn’t be as aggressive - which version of RW are you using?

—Nik


#3

I have Rapidweaver Version 6.3.1 (15010) installed. It might be a nice feature but it replaces the text I’m writing time and again although I really don’t mean to select the suggestion. It feels it’s not working as it should.


(Nik Fletcher) #4

Thanks for the report: we’ll take a look. Is it simply replacing the text you’re writing with an inappropriate CSS property? Just want to clarify, as there’s of course text auto-suggestion in OS X now (just like on iOS) :slight_smile:


#6

Oops, I accidentally deleted my reply. Talking too much about deletion… What I was saying:

Yes, it’s been replacing it and I needed to delete text to overwrite. But now that I purposefully test this again, it is not so obtrusive as before. My negative impression probably stems from a previous version. Still I would like to see an option to disable this feature.

Is there a setting in OS X Mavericks for auto-suggestion, or is it just in Yosemite? I don’t see it at work in other apps I’m using. If I’ve seen the option somewhere, I’m sure I’ve disabled it, I just don’t remember it any more.


#7

Just to clarify: Rapidweaver version 6.3.1 seems ok. A drop-down menu opens with the suggestions and no text is forced. I experienced the forced suggestions with previous Rapidweaver versions, I just didn’t report them back then. Sorry about the confusion.

Rapidweaver 6 has some really good features and mostly it’s been great to work with.


(Nik Fletcher) #8

No worries! Just wanted to clarify the issue so we knew what wasn’t working for you!

—N