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Planned - Long term

Add option to hide QuickActions Icon but let actions menu stay available via shortcut

okh397 6 years ago updated by Omer Raviv (CTO) 6 years ago 2
Enough said: the wizardwand-icon is a distraction, I should be able to permenantly hide it but still acess the menu via the shortcut as a poweruser. Sprang to my eyes pretty much the first 20 seconds of usage.
The reason Resharper gets away with it is that it doesn't just appear on _any_ line and that users pretty much accept one icon, but certainly not two. Please fix!

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Thank you very much for letting us know what you think! We've taken your feedback very seriously. In the new version of OzCode the QuickActions only show-up at debug time, so they won't disturb you while you edit code. If you want, you can still summon the Quick Actions while writing code by hitting Alt+Shift+D.
Planned - Long term
Thank you very much for your feedback! We will look into fixing it so the QuickActions shortcut will work even when QuickActions are disabled.

We plan to make the QuickActions less distracting in the future by putting them in a gutter (on the left side of the code) in the same way that IntelliTrace and Resharper 8.0 do.
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Thank you very much for letting us know what you think! We've taken your feedback very seriously. In the new version of OzCode the QuickActions only show-up at debug time, so they won't disturb you while you edit code. If you want, you can still summon the Quick Actions while writing code by hitting Alt+Shift+D.